War-Time Prosecutions and Mob Violence: Involving the Rights of Free Speech, Free Press and Peaceful Assemblage
This briefly annotated list of prosecutions under war statutes and cases of mob violence due to the war was originally published in 1919. This list of cases involving the rights of free speech, free press and peaceful assemblage is compiled from the correspondence and press clippings of the National Civil Liberties Bureau from April 1, 1917 to March 1, 1919.
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