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Rights, vol. 5, nos. 7 & 8, May-June, 1958

Rights, vol. 5, nos. 7 & 8, May-June, 1958

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Rights, vol. 5, nos. 7 & 8, May-June, 1958

by Emergency Civil Liberties Committee

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New York: Emergency Civil Liberties Committee, 1958. Magazine. 20p., 5.5x8.5 inches, wraps slightly worn, else in good condition. "Science, Teacher, and Security".The National Emergency Civil Liberties Committee was formed by civil rights activists who disagreed with the the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) not to participate directly in the defense of people charged with violations of the Anti-Communist 1950 McCarthy-era McCarran Act. It defended members of the Communist Party and others from repression by McCarthyism.


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