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Appeal For $50,000 For I.W.W. Defense
They are at least entitled to a fair trial and an open-minded public hearing. That is a primary American right. One hundred and ten of their leaders are now before the Federal Court and Chicago charged with conspiring to obstruct the war. But the trial involves essentially the activities of the I.W.W. as a labor organization....
|Title:||Appeal For $50,000 For I.W.W. Defense|
|Date:||June 25, 1918|
|Publication:||The New York Times|
|Source:||Available at selected libraries|
|Keywords:||Activists; Advocacy; Blind; Chicago, IL; Civil Liberties; Civil Liberties & Rights; Conscientious Objectors; Crime; Deaf; Deaf-blind; Fundraising; Government; Helen Keller; Ideologies; Illinois; International Workers Of The World; Jurisprudence; Labor; Laws & Regulation; Legislation; Media; Sensory Disability; Social Welfare & Communities; War|