Rights, Vol. VXIII, No. 4, May-June, 1972. James ARONSON.

Rights, Vol. VXIII, No. 4, May-June, 1972

New York: National Emergency Civil Liberties Committee, 1972. A single issue the radical legal organ of the National Emergency Civil Liberties Committee formed in 1951. Content for this issue includes “Perversion of the grand jury” by Leon Quat, “An Rx for political trials,” by Isadore Silver, “The duty of the journalist” by David Wesley, “Early warning: The Nixon Court” by Victor Rabinowitz, “One up for Hiss” by Mark Pinsky, and “The Mandel Case: The right to hear” by George Novack.

Newsprint wrappers (8 ¼” x 10 ¾”), 16 p., illus. Cover drawing by André Elbaz. Fine. Item #07449

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