Skip to main content

Illinois Digital Archives

Add or remove other collections to your search:



You've searched: All Collections

  • All fields: Freedom of speech -- Illinois -- Skokie
(19 results)



Display: 20

    • Free speech paramount : ACLU lawyer defends Nazi rights

    • American Civil Liberties Union; Assembly, Right of -- Illinois -- Skokie; Demonstrations -- Illinois -- Skokie; Freedom of speech -- Illinois -- Skokie; National Socialist Party of America;
    • Bruce Ennis, counsel for the National Socialist Party of America (Nazis) in their case against Skokie, discusses this First Amendment case at an American Bar Association meeting in New York.
    • 2d suit to block Nazis from Skokie march fails

    • Assembly, Right of -- Illinois -- Skokie; Courts of last resort -- United States; Demonstrations -- Illinois -- Skokie; Freedom of speech -- Illinois -- Skokie; Holocaust survivors; National Socialist Party of America; National Socialist Party of...
    • Illinois Supreme Court orders the Cook County Circuit Court to dismiss a suit by survivors of the World War II holocaust who sought to prevent a National Socialist Party of America (Nazi) march in Skokie.
    • Another side of the Nazi rights issue

    • American Civil Liberties Union; Anti Defamation League; Assembly, Right of -- Illinois -- Skokie; Demonstrations -- Illinois -- Skokie; Freedom of speech -- Illinois -- Skokie; National Socialist Party of America; National Socialist Party of...
    • Editorial on conflict over First Amendment rights of the National Socialist Party of America (Nazis) between the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and the Anti Defamation League (ADL). Presents statements from ADL leader Abbot Rosen. Includes...
    • Nazis and Skokie: incredible morality play

    • Assembly, Right of -- Illinois -- Skokie; Demonstrations -- Illinois -- Skokie; Freedom of speech -- Illinois -- Skokie; National Socialist Party of America; National Socialist Party of America -- Press coverage; National Socialist Party of America...
    • Opinion on press coverage and moral and legal issues surrounding the planned National Socialist Party of America (Nazi) march.
    • 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...
    • Opposes Nazis

    • Demonstrations -- Illinois -- Skokie; National Socialist Party of America; National Socialist Party of America -- Press coverage; National Socialist Party of America -- Public opinion; National Socialist Party of America -- Public opinion -- United...
    • This newspaper clipping "Opposes Nazis", is a letter to a newspaper from Mrs. Beatrice Ketchum of Gurnee, IL. In the letter, she addresses the impact of the march on Jewish Americans, compares it to Dr. Martin Luther King's efforts and disagrees...
    • Membership woes hurt ACLU while others gain : ACLU loses members

    • American Civil Liberties Union; Assembly, Right of -- Illinois -- Skokie; Demonstrations -- Illinois -- Skokie; Freedom of speech -- Illinois -- Skokie; National Socialist Party of America; National Socialist Party of America -- Public opinion --...
    • American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) membership and funding decline due to its defense of the National Socialist Party of America (Nazis) as support increases for the Chicago chapter of the National Jewish Defense League (JDL).
    • Delay refused for Nazi march

    • Assembly, Right of -- Illinois -- Skokie; Demonstrations -- Illinois -- Chicago; Demonstrations -- Illinois -- Skokie; Freedom of speech -- Illinois -- Skokie; National Socialist Party of America; National Socialist Party of America -- Trials,...
    • The U.S. Supreme Court will not postpone a planned June 25, 1978 National Socialist Party of America (Nazi) march in Skokie.
    • Hatred on the march

    • Assembly, Right of -- Illinois -- Skokie; Demonstrations -- Illinois -- Skokie; Freedom of speech -- Illinois -- Skokie; National Socialist Party of America; National Socialist Party of America -- Public opinion;
    • Editorial opposing hate speech, but advising those against a planned National Socialist Party of America (Nazi) demonstration to resist violent opposition.
    • 	Letter and Attachment from Temple Israel of New Rochelle, NY

    • Demonstrations -- Illinois -- Skokie; National Socialist Party of America; Freedom of speech -- Illinois -- Skokie; Synagogues -- Illinois; Nazis; Smith, Albert J., 1915-1993; Wohl, Amiel
    • This letter to Mayor Smith is from Rabbi Amiel Wohl of the Temple Israel of New Rochelle, NY. The letter describes an enclosed resolution passed by the temple's Board of Trustees. The resolution addresses support for Skokie and its efforts, as well...
    • Your Skokie Report, No. 2: Mayor's Response to Court Ruling Newsletter

    • Demonstrations -- Illinois -- Skokie; National Socialist Party of America; Freedom of speech -- Illinois -- Skokie; Courts of last resort -- United States; Ordinances, Municipal -- Illinois -- Skokie; Letters; National Socialist Party of America --...
    • This newsletter includes Mayor Smith's statement to the media on February 23, 1978. This statement is a response to the decision by the Illinois Courts that the Skokie ordinances were unconstitiutional. Mayor Smith suggest that they will appeal,...
    • Mayor's Report Regarding the Village of Skokie vs. Collin - Nazi March

    • Demonstrations -- Illinois -- Skokie; National Socialist Party of America; Freedom of speech -- Illinois -- Skokie; Holocaust survivors; Ordinances, Municipal -- Illinois -- Skokie
    • This report from Mayor Albert J. Smith addresses the proposed march by the National Socialist (Nazi) Party; the interpretation of the First Amendment; the percentage of holocaust survivors in Skokie; the cultural diversity of Skokie; the wearing of
    • Mayor's Report Regarding the Village of Skokie vs. Collin - Nazi March

    • Demonstrations -- Illinois -- Skokie; National Socialist Party of America; Freedom of speech -- Illinois -- Skokie; Holocaust survivors; Ordinances, Municipal -- Illinois -- Skokie; ; Nazis; Diversity; ; Smith, Albert J., 1915-1993; ;
    • This report from Mayor Albert J. Smith addresses the proposed march by the National Socialist (Nazi) Party; the interpretation of the First Amendment; the percentage of holocaust survivors in Skokie; the cultural diversity of Skokie; the wearing of...
    • Your Skokie Report, No. 2: Mayor's Response to Court Ruling Newsletter

    • Demonstrations -- Illinois -- Skokie; National Socialist Party of America; Freedom of speech -- Illinois -- Skokie; Courts of last resort -- United States; Ordinances, Municipal -- Illinois -- Skokie; Letters; National Socialist Party of America --
    • This newsletter includes Mayor Smith's statement to the media on February 23, 1978. This statement is a response to the decision by the Illinois Courts that the Skokie ordinances were unconstitiutional. Mayor Smith suggest that they will appeal,
    • Nazis stalled - for now

    • Demonstrations -- Illinois -- Skokie; National Socialist Party of America;National Socialist party of America -- Press Coverage; National Socialist Party of America -- Trials, litigation, etc.; American Civil Liberties Union; Freedom of speech --...
    • This article, "Nazis stalled - for now" was written by Don Nelson and summarizes the events and actions of the Village of Skokie and National Socialist (Nazi) Party as of September 20, 1977.
    • National Socialist Party of America - Press Release

    • Demonstrations -- Illinois -- Skokie; National Socialist Party of America; National Socialist Party of America -- Press coverage; American Civil Liberties Union; Freedom of speech -- Illinois -- Skokie; Illinois -- General Assembly -- Senate;...
    • This press release from the National Socialist (Nazi) Party and Party Leader Frank Collin addresses the following: allowing the march to occur in Skokie on 1978-06-25; repealing the ordinances, laws and requirements established by the Village of...
    • Letter to Mayor Smith from James McCullough of Buffalo, NY

    • Demonstrations -- Illinois -- Skokie; National Socialist Party of America; National Socialist Party of America -- Public opinion; National Socialist Party of America -- Public opinion -- United States; Letters; Freedom of speech -- Illinois --...
    • This letter to Mayor Smith is from James McCullough of Buffalo, NY. In the letter, Mr. McCullough suggests that the Village should revoke the National Socialist (Nazi) Party's permit and says that it is not a First Amendment issue.
    • 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

QuickView

Display a larger image and more item information when the pointer pauses over a thumbnail
 

Layout options:

Select the collections to add or remove from your search
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
 
OK
Select the collections to add or remove from your search
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
 
OK