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Defending My Enemy: American Nazis, the Skokie case, and the risks of freedom
Title : Defending My Enemy: American Nazis, the Skokie case, and the risks of freedom
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ISBN : 9780525089728
Language : English
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 182

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  • Christopher Blosser

    The controversial assembly and march of white nationalists, members of the KKK and national socialists in Charlottesville VA reinvigorated within social media and the press the debate over the First Amendment -- unfortunately, the question of “should we permit ‘Nazis’ to have free speech” quickly escalated, among many armchair vigilantes, into the notion that not only the answer was firmly in the negative, but “punching Nazis” was a perfectly legitimate and only rational response (an [...]

  • Relstuart

    The Skokie case was an action where the ACLU defended a Nazi organizer trying to conduct a march of American Nazis in the town of Skokie IL. This town was over half Jewish and had a large number of concentration camp survivors. The town passed a couple ordinances designed to block the Nazis from marching. The book is written by an ACLU Jewish attorney defending the ACLU and their record for standing up for free speech, even speech they personally loathed. While the focus was on this case the aut [...]