Supreme Court of the United States, October term 1944. Harry Bridges, petitioner, vs. I.F. Wixon, as District Director, Immigration and Naturalization Service, Department of Justice: Petition for writ of certiorari to the United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. In the matter of the application of the Communist Political Association, by Earl Browder, its president, and William Z. Foster, its vice-president, for leave to intervene. Notice of motion for order granting leave to intervene, petition, and brief in support of motion

Brodsky, Joseph R., Attorney for Applicant, Communist Political Association

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v, [1], 101 p., paper toned, edgeworn. N° de ref. de la librería

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Título: Supreme Court of the United States, October ...
Editorial: Hecla Press
Año de publicación: 1944

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Descripción The Hecla Press,, [New York:, 1944. v, [1 blank], 101, [1 blank] pp. Original staples and printed wrappers with wrapper title, as issued. Rear blank wrapper with a couple of shallow chips. Some underlining. Very Good. The Communist Party, having renamed itself the 'Communist Political Association' to emphasize its purely "political educational purposes," seeks to intervene in deportation proceedings against Harry Bridges. Bridges was the head of the International Longshoremen's Union, officially the Marine Workers' Industrial Union. A Communist born in Australia, he was considered a threat to American national security during wartime. For several years the government sought to deport him. Although juries found against him, the Supreme Court ultimately would rule in his favor. To assist Bridges, the Communist Political Association stresses its devotion to a united front for the purpose of "winning the war and securing a durable peace," thus renouncing "partisan advancement and the party form of organization." Its traditions are simply "the traditions of the labor movement," and a recognition of "the complete compatibility of the principles of Marxism with the most urgent needs of the nation as a whole." The Association opposes "forcible establishment of socialism against the will of the people." It lists 158 numbered paragraphs in support of its benign, sanitized intentions and its entitlement to intervene. Brodsky, the Association's lawyer, had defended the Scottsboro Boys and other unpopular defendants and organizations. Nº de ref. de la librería 33830

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