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PLANTING SPIES AND PROVOCATEURS

IN ORGANIZATIONS

Frey, John P. Labor injunction. Equity Pub. Co. Cincinnati, O. '22.

Howard, Sidney and Dunn, Robert.

lic Pub. Co. N.Y. '24. Spielman, Jean E. Stool pigeon. Minneapolis, Minn.

Labor spy. Repub

American Pub. Co.

United States. Industrial Relations Commission. Report. Vol. I. p. 38-61, 92-100, 214-20; Vol. IX. p. 10451-928. Govt. Ptg. Off. Wash. D.C.

Contains important list of cases.

4. SEARCH WITHOUT WARRANT; THIRD DEGREE
METHODS; DENIAL OF COUNSEL

Brown, R. G., Chafee, Zechariah, jr. and others. To the
American people: report upon the illegal practices of
the United States Department of Justice. National
Popular Government League. Wash. D.C. '20.

Case of the Rand School. Rand School of Social Science, 7 E. 15th St. N.Y. '19.

Nation.

109:738-40. D. 13, '19. Newspaper confiscated and returned. Anna Louise Strong.

Raid upon the Seattle Union Record.

New Republic. 19:303-5. Jl. 9, '19. Whose home will be safe?

New Republic. 22:264-6. Ap. 28, '20. On behalf of Louis Post and his administration of the deportation

cases.

Contains part of Post's decisions in the raid cases.

5. DEPORTING RADICALS FOR OPINIONS

Books, DOCUMENTS AND PAMPHLETS

American Labor Year Book. 1919-20. Rand School of

Social Science, 7 E. 15th St. N.Y. '20.
For decisions on deportation of radicals, etc.

Brown, R. G., Chafee, Zechariah, jr. and others. To the American people: report upon the illegal practices of the United States Department of Justice. National Popular Government League. Wash. D.C. '20. DeSilver, Albert. Since the Buford sailed. American Civil Liberties Union, 100 Fifth Av. N.Y.

Deportations situation from December, 1919 to May, 1920. Kohler, Max J., ed. Registration of aliens a dangerous project: including proceedings of a conference in opposition to the Alien registration and deportation bills before the 69th Congress. American Civil Liberties Union, 100 Fifth Av. N.Y. '26.

Panunzio, Constantine M. Deportation cases of 1919-20. Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America, 105 E. 22nd St. N.Y. '21.

Post, Louis F. Deportations delirium of nineteen-twenty. Charles H. Kerr & Co. Chicago. '23.

United States. House. Committee on Immigration and Naturalization. Communist and anarchist deportation cases; hearings before a subcommittee, April 2124, 1920. 66th Cong., 2nd Sess. United States. House. Committee on Immigration and Naturalization. Communist labor party deportation cases; hearings before a sub-committee, May 4, 6-7, 1920. 66th Cong., 2nd Sess.

United States. House. Committee on Immigration and Naturalization. I.W.W. deportation cases; hearings before a sub-committee, April 27-30, 1920. 66th Cong., 2nd Sess.

These three reports are of especial value. Contain many administrative decisions.

PERIODICALS

American Political Science Review.

10:251-61. My.

'16. Administrative decisions in connection with immigration. Louis F. Post.

Nation. 110: 131. Ja. 31, '20. Deportations and the

law.

Nation. 110: 194-5. F. 14, '20. Lynch law and the immigrant alien. Frederick C. Howe.

Nation. 110: 289. Mr. 6, '20. Another man without a country.

New Republic. 21:96-8. D. 24, '19. Anarchist deportations.

New Republic. 21:186. Ja. 14, '20. Deporting a political party.

New Republic. 21:266-7. Ja. 28, '20. Burning heretics. Ernst Freund.

New Republic. 22:135. Mr. 31, '20. Federal judge speaks up. Judge Bourquin's decision.

6. UNSEATING ELECTED REPRESENTATIVES

BOOKS, PAMPHLETS AND DOCUMENTS

American Labor Year Book. 1919-20: 97-100. Rand School of Social Science, 7 E. 15th St. N.Y.

Account of Victor Berger trial from the side of the defense.

PERIODICALS

Liberator. Mr. '20. Dissolving the Duma at Albany. Robert Minor.

Nation. 109: 820-1. D. 27, '19. Berger victory. O. G. Villard.

Nation. 110:288. Mr. 6, '20. Minority rights at Albany.

Nation. 110: 361-3. Mr. 20, '20. Socialists' trial at Albany: a summary. Lewis S. Gannett.

New Republic. 21:210-12. Ja. 21, '20. Speaker Sweet does his bit.

New Republic. 21:279-81. F. 4, '20.

places.

Mob in high

Survey. 43:767-9. Mr. 20, '20. Back in the districts: what New York assemblymen's constituents are thinking. Loula D. Lasker.

7. PENALTIES ON TEACHING

BOOKS, PAMPHLETS AND DOCUMENTS

Allen, Henri Leslie. Bryan and Darrow at Dayton. A. Lee & Co. N.Y. '25.

Johnsen, Julia E. Academic freedom. (Reference Shelf. Vol. 3. No. 9.) The H. W. Wilson Co. N.Y. '25. Keebler, Robert. Tennessee evolution case. American Civil Liberties Union, 100 Fifth Av. N.Y. '25. Analysis of issues.

Nearing, Scott. Educational frontiers. Thomas Seltzer. N.Y. '25.

Newman, Louis Israel. Sectarian invasion of our public schools. Bloch Pub. Co. N.Y.

'25.

Resolutions and opinions opposing Miller bill No. 128 in the California legislature, 1925.

Phelps, Edith M. Selected articles on evolution.

(Hand

book series.) The H. W. Wilson Co. N.Y. '26.

Pt. II. deals with the teaching of the evolutionary theory in schools and colleges.

Pierce, Bessie L. Public opinion and the teaching of history. Knopf. N.Y. '26.

Sinclair, Upton. Goose-step: a study of American education. Author. Pasadena, Cal. '22.

Sinclair, Upton. Goslings: a study of the American schools. Author. Pasadena, Cal. '24.

8. CENSORSHIP OF SCIENCE, LITERATURE AND ART

American Hebrew. p. 654. N. 3, '22. Do we want censorship? Clarence S. Freed.

Freeman. 8:128-30. O. 17, '23. Revival of Puritanism. Bertrand Russell.

Medico-Legal Journal. 37:77-80. S. '20. Injustice to a Holland scholar by the Department of Justice. Herman M. Bernelot Moens.

New Age. 31:671-2. N. '23. Rising tide of evil in fiction.

New Republic. 32:20. Ag. 30, '22. Books and things. Philip Littell.

Woman Citizen. n.s. 9:9-10. Ap. 4, '25. Sense or censorship. Hendrik Willem Van Loon.

Woman Citizen. n.s. 8:21. Ap. 19, '24. Freedom of speech again. Cornelia James Cannon. Suppression of Margaret Sanger on birth control.

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CENSORSHIP OF THE DRAMA AND MOTION PICTURE

BOOKS, PAMPHLETS AND DOCUMENTS

Bartholomew, Robert O. Report of censorship of motion pictures and of investigation of motion picture theatres of Cleveland, 1913. Filed with the City of Cleveland Council, April 7, 1913. Cleveland, O. '13. Brief filed in Appellate Division of the Supreme court of the state of New York, in People vs. Harry Weinberger. Address H. Weinberger, 70 W. 40th St. N.Y. Je. '24.

In re "God of vengeance," a play.

Palmer, John Leslie. Censor and the theatres. T. Fisher Unwin & Co. Lond. '12.

Shaw, George Bernard.

Author's apology from Mrs.

Warren's profession. Brentano's. N.Y. '05.

PERIODICALS

International Journal of Ethics. 34:69-83. O. '23.

Effects of the motion picture on the mind and morals of the young. J. R. Geiger.

New Republic. 34:148-9. Ap. 4, '23. Liberalism and the censor.

On censorship of "God of vengeance."

New York Law Journal. 35: 1199. Jl. 9, '06. Defen

dants acquitted of charge of committing a public nuisance: people of the state of New York vs. Arnold Daly and Samuel Gumpertz.

Survey. 44: 108-9. Ap. 17, '20. Boston and the movie censorship. Amy Woods.

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