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Preserving the militia was the stated reason (among unmentioned but presumed others) for enumerating the guarantee, but per the grammar in that sentence, "militia"≠"right of the people." They are two different things, in two different clauses.
Distillation: "For the militia to be preserved, the right of the people is guaranteed."
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