Swiss hang on to citizen-soldier tradition
Voters have delivered a resounding “no” to an inititative that would have required soldiers to keep their rifles in an armory rather than at home. Fifty-six percent rejected the proposal, which sparked a highly emotional debate over the national tradition of the citizen-soldier entrusted with his weapon. WRS’s Jordan Davis offers his analysis to WRS’s Pete Forster:
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