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    • State of Illinois, House Resolution No. 920

    • Demonstrations -- Illinois -- Skokie; National Socialist Party of America; Illinois -- General Assembly -- House; Illinois -- Law and legislation; Illinois -- Politics and government; Holocaust survivors; ; Nazis; ; Thompson, James R.; Redmond,...
    • The Illinois House of Representatives Resolution, offered by Representative Johnson, states that if the National Socialist (Nazi) Party's march occurs then they resolve to ask the Governor to declare the day they march as "Holocaust Day" and have...
    • State of Illinois, House Resolution No. 920

    • Demonstrations -- Illinois -- Skokie; National Socialist Party of America; Illinois -- General Assembly -- House; Illinois -- Law and legislation; Illinois -- Politics and government; Holocaust survivors
    • The Illinois House of Representatives Resolution, offered by Representative Johnson, states that if the National Socialist (Nazi) Party's march occurs then they resolve to ask the Governor to declare the day they march as "Holocaust Day" and have
    • Senate panel votes Nazi curbs

    • Demonstrations -- Illinois -- Skokie; Illinois -- General Assembly -- Senate; Illinois -- Law and legislation; National Socialist Party of America;
    • Illinois State Senate judiciary committee sends two bills to Senate floor to prevent the National Socialist Party of America (Nazis) from marching in Skokie.
    • Letter to Mayor Smith from Illinois Representative Eugene F. Schlickman

    • Demonstrations -- Illinois -- Skokie; National Socialist Party of America; Illinois -- General Assembly -- House; Illinois -- General Assembly -- Senate; Illinois -- Law and legislation; Freedom of speech -- Illinois -- Skokie; Letters
    • This letter to Mayor Smith from Eugene Schlickman, Illinois State Representative, 4 th district, is a thank you for his telegram in support of Senate Bills 1676 and 1811. Eugene Schlikman explained why he voted for bill 1676 but not 1811, as he felt
    • Statement from Mayor Albert Smith

    • Demonstrations -- Illinois -- Skokie; National Socialist Party of America; National Socialist Party of America -- Press coverage; National Socialist Party of America -- Trials, litigation, etc.; Ordinances, Municipal -- Illinois -- Skokie; Illinois...
    • Mayor Albert J. Smith's statement regarding the Illinois Supreme Court's ruling allowing the National Socialist (Nazi) party to demonstrate in Skokie. The statement is as follows, "I understand from the media that the Illinois Supreme Court has...
    • 3 Nazis lobby on march bills

    • Demonstrations -- Illinois -- Skokie; Illinois -- General Assembly -- Senate; Illinois -- Law and legislation; National Socialist Party of America;
    • Representatives of the National Socialist White People's Party of America lobby the Illinois General Assembly to prevent the passage of bills introduced by the Senate Judiciary Committee aimed at preventing a demonstration by the National Socialist...
    • Mailgram from Mayor Smith

    • Demonstrations -- Illinois -- Skokie; National Socialist Party of America; Illinois -- General Assembly -- House; Illinois -- Law and legislation; Letters
    • This mailgram is from Mayor Smith to District 4 and 16 Illinois State Representatives and urgies their support of Senate bills 1676 and 1811.
    • Mailgram from Mayor Smith

    • Demonstrations -- Illinois -- Skokie; National Socialist Party of America; Illinois -- General Assembly -- House; Illinois -- Law and legislation; Letters; ; Nazis; ; Jaffe, Aaron; Pullen, Penny; Schlickman, Eugene F.; Capparelli, Ralph C.;...
    • This mailgram is from Mayor Smith to District 4 and 16 Illinois State Representatives and urgies their support of Senate bills 1676 and 1811.
    • Skokie aide calls swastika, Nazi uniforms 'violent acts'

    • Assembly, Right of -- Illinois -- Skokie; Demonstrations -- Illinois -- Skokie; Freedom of speech -- Illinois -- Skokie; Illinois -- Law and legislation; National Socialist Party of America;
    • Skokie Village attorney Harvey M. Schwartz speaks before U.S. 7th Circuit Court of Appeals panel reviewing the U.S. District Court decision to strike down three ordinances preventing the National Socialist Party of America (Nazis) from marching in...
    • Senators' resolution opposes Nazi rally

    • Demonstrations -- Illinois -- Skokie; Illinois -- General Assembly -- Senate; Illinois -- Law and legislation; National Socialist Party of America; National Socialist Party of America -- Trials, litigation, etc.;
    • The Illinois Senate passes a resolution condemning a proposed National Socialist Party of America (Nazi) rally in Skokie.

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