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Civil rights vs. Mayor Hague : extracts from a hearing before Hon. William J. Clarke, Judge of the Federal District Court, Newark, N.J., on an application by the American Civil Liberties Union and others for an injunction against the practices of Jersey City officials violating civil rights, (March 1937). Preview this item
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Civil rights vs. Mayor Hague : extracts from a hearing before Hon. William J. Clarke, Judge of the Federal District Court, Newark, N.J., on an application by the American Civil Liberties Union and others for an injunction against the practices of Jersey City officials violating civil rights, (March 1937).

Author: American Civil Liberties Union.
Publisher: New York : American Civil Liberties Union, 1938.
Series: Pamphlets in American history., Civil liberties ;, CL 94.
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Civil rights vs. Mayor Hague.
New York : American Civil Liberties Union, 1938
(OCoLC)950553559
Named Person: Frank Hague; Arthur Garfield Hays; Frank Hague; Arthur Garfield Hays
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: American Civil Liberties Union.
OCLC Number: 8580996
Notes: Cover title.
Description: 31, 1 pages ; 22 cm.
Series Title: Pamphlets in American history., Civil liberties ;, CL 94.
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