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The deportations delirium of nineteen-twenty : a personal narrative of an historic official experience

Author: Louis F Post; Moorfield Storey; Charles Poggi; Paul Avrich Collection (Library of Congress)
Publisher: Chicago : Charles H. Kerr & Company, ©1923.
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Post, Louis Freeland, 1849-1928.
Deportations delirium of nineteen-twenty.
Chicago : C.H. Kerr, ©1923
(OCoLC)609616613
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Louis F Post; Moorfield Storey; Charles Poggi; Paul Avrich Collection (Library of Congress)
OCLC Number: 394684
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xiv, 338 pages, [1] leaf of plates : 1 portrait ; 20 cm
Contents: Prefatory note / by the author --
Introduction / by Moorfield Storey --
The sensational voyage of "the Soviet ark" --
Culpability of "the Soviet ark" deportees --
Deportation raids in anticipation of the voyage of "the Soviet ark" --
The bombs that begot the deportations delirium --
Preparations for the "Red" crusade --
Beginnings of the "Red" crusade --
The January raids --
a nation-wide glance --
The raiding in New England --
The raiding in New York and vicinity --
The raiding in Philadelphia and vicinity --
The raiding about Pittsburgh and Buffalo --
The raiding at Cleveland and southwest-ward to the coast --
The raiding in the region of Chicago --
The raiding at Detroit --
The Assistant Secretary of Labor takes charge --
Communist Party members --
Communist Labor Party members --
A clutter of "Red" records --
Decisions in the "Red" cases --
Principles of decision --
Routine methods --
Deportations directed --
Deportations denied --
Distinctive cases --
Impeachment proceedings initiated --
An angel from the business skies --
Opening of the impeachment fight --
Before the House Committee on Rules --
Attorney General Palmer on the defensive --
Collapse of the impeachment proceedings --
An after-play --
The Salsedo homicide --
Case of the Russian Ambassador --
Lawless meddling with the mail --
Indictment of the Department of Justice by twelve eminent American lawyers --
The Department of Justice at the bar of the Senate --
Summary and conclusions --
Appendix. Fundamental American principles: equality of human rights ; Revolutionary rights and their limitations ; Constitutional safeguards ; Popular government.
Responsibility: by Louis F. Post ; with an introduction by Moorfield Storey.

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