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New York: American Comittee for Protection of Foreign Born, 1943. Pamphlet. Reprinted from Lawyers Guild Review, Volume 3 No. 4, July-August, 1943. Single sheet folded to make 4 pages, musty, creased in middle from folding, rear wrap slightly soiled, a reading copy only. On the case of William Schneiderman, whose citizenship had been revoked for his membership in the CPUSA, but was restored by the Supreme Court in June 1943. The author argues that the Supreme Court's decision was "in the best tradition of freedom (Inventory #: 228913)
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