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The National Lawyers Guild : from Roosevelt through Reagan

Author: Ann Fagan Ginger; Eugene M Tobin
Publisher: Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 1988.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ann Fagan Ginger; Eugene M Tobin
ISBN: 0877224889 9780877224884
OCLC Number: 15281386
Description: xxviii, 440 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: The National Lawyers Guild and the Great Depression (1937-1938) --
Lawyers in the struggle for industrial unions (1936-1940) --
Shadows of war and fear (1937-1941) --
"V" for victory over fascism (1941-1945) --
Moving toward peace, jobs, security, and justice (1944-1947) --
The end of the Grand Alliance (1945-1948) --
The Cold War begins (1947-1953) --
Bread-and-butter issues (1947-1956) --
Cold War against lawyers (1947-1957) --
The ABA and the Attorney General v. NLG (1953-1958) --
Moving from victory to affirmative action (1958-1961) --
Civil rights moves the Guild (1961-1963) --
The Guild goes south (1964-1965) --
Representing "hell, no! we won't go!" (1965-1968) --
Confronting the war at home (1965-1969) --
Movement lawyers and clients, and the courts (1968-1976) --
Young lawyers take hold (1970-1979) --
Let theory and practice bloom (1977-1980) --
The challenge of the eighties (1981-1984) --
The future lies ahead (1984- ).
Responsibility: edited by Ann Fagan Ginger and Eugene M. Tobin ; foreword by Ramsey Clark.

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