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THIRTY-FIVE YEARS WITH FREEDOM OF SPEECH

CHAFEE, Zechariah, Jr.

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New York: Roger N. Baldwin Civil Liberties Foundation, 1952. First Edition. 8vo. Saddle-stapled wraps. Very good. Light toning to wraps' edges. Clean throughout if mildly tanned. 40pp. (Item ID: 20783)

Prints a lecture by the Harvard Law School professor delivered at Columbia University on March 12, 1952, discussing freedom of speech in the U.S., which he says reached a turning point in April 1917 after Wilson declared war on Germany and proceed to limit domestic civil liberties.


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