|1916: Jack Miller, the Everett Massacre, Free Speech and the Industrial Workers of the World||Otto Christiansen. Statement submitted to
the AG of the US concerning the present legal status of the IWW cases.
William Preston, Aliens and Dissenters: Federal Suppression of Radicals, 1903- 1933 (1963).
Eldridge Foster Dowell, A History of Criminal Syndicalism Legislation in the US. (1939).
Norman H. Clarke, Militown; a social history of Everett, Washington, from its earliest beginning on the shores of Puget Sound to the tragic and infamous event known as the Everett Massacre (1970).
|1919: Scott Nearing and the Espionage Act||Liglitner Witmer, The Nearing Case, the Limitation of
Academic Freedom at the University of Pennsylvania by Act of the Board of Trustees, June
14, 1915 (1972).
Stephen 3. Whitfield, Scott Nearing: Apostle of American Radicalism (1974).
|1920: Sonia Kaross and the Palmer Raids||Charles McCormick, Seeing Reds: Federal Surveillance of Radicals in the Pittsburgh M[1ll District (1997).|
|1922: Phil Mellman and the California Criminal Syndicalism
|Woodrow C. Whittan, Criminal Syndicalism and the Law in
California: 1919- 1927(1969).
U.S. National War Labor Board, Application of the "Little Steel" Formula (1943).
|1934: Harry DeBoer and the Police Assault on the Minneapolis Teamsters||Philip A. Korth, Minneapolis Teamsters Strike of1934 (1995).|
|1937:Herb March, the Chicago Massacre and Little Steel||U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Education & Labor. Violation of Free Speech and Rights of Labor (1939)|
|1942:Min Yasui and the Internment of Japanese Americans||Personal Justice Denied: Report of the Commission on
Wartime Relocation and internment of Civilians (1983).
Donna K. Nagata, Legacy of lnjustice: Exploring the Cross-Generational Impact of the Japanese American Internment (1993).
|1942:Stanley Nowak and Deportation||Margaret C. Nowak, Two Who Were There: A Biography of Stanley Nowak (1989).|
|1947: Arthur Drayton and Truman's Loyalty Order||U.S. Department of Justice, List of Organizations Coming Within the Scope of Executive Order No.9835 Relating to the Loyalty of Government Employees (1948-1950).|
|1949: Gil Green, The Smith Act and the Communist Party||Michal R. Belknap, Cold War Political Justice: the Smith Act, the Communist Party and American Civil Liberties (1977).|
|1954: Anne Braden and the Kentucky Sedition Act||Anne Braden, The Wall Between (1958).
William Howard Melish, When Christians Became "Subversive", the Story of Anne and Carl Braden: a sermon preached at the Protestant Episcopal Church of the Holy Trinity in Brooklyn, New York February 6, 1955(1955).
Louis Lusky, McSurely Cases: Materials (1956-1983).
|1955: Pete Seeger and the House Un-American Activities Committee||Carl Beck, Contempt of Congress: a Study of the Prosecutions Initiated by the Committee on Un-American Activities, 1945-1957(1959).|
|1961: Chuck McDew and Southern Law Enforcement||United States Commission on Civil Rights, Law Enforcement: a Report on Equal Protection in the South (1965).|
|1963: Fred Shuttlesworth, the
Birmingham Police and the Freedom Movement
|Jack Greenburg, Crusaders in the Courts: How a Dedicated Band of Lawyers Fought the Civil Rights Revolution (1994).|
|1965: John Lewis and the Bloody Sunday March||John Lewis, Walking With the Wind: A Memoir of the
Clayborne Carson, In Struggle: SNCC and the Black Awakening of the 1960s (1981).
|1969: Abbie Hoffman and the Chicago Conspiracy Trial||3. Anthony Lukas, The Barnyard Epithet and Other
Obscenities: Notes on the Chicago Conspiracy Trial (1970).
David T. Dellinger, The Conspiracy Trial (1970).
David T. Dellinger, Contempt, Transcript of the Contempt Citations, Sentences and Responses of the Chicago Conspiracy 10 (1969-1970).
David T. Dellinger, Conspiracy on Appeal; Appellate Briefon Behalf of the Chicago Eight (1971).
Jason Epstein, The Great Conspiracy Trial: an Essay on Law, Liberty and the Constitution (1970).
|1969 Akua Njeri (Deborah Johnson) and Fred Hampton
|A Nation of Law? 1968-1971, a video recording produced
and written by Terry Kay Rockefeller, Thomas Ott and Louis Massiah, directed by
Thomas Ott, executive producer, Henry Hampton.
Stephen George Chaberski, The Strategy of Defense in a Political Trial: the Trial of the "Panther 21" (1975).
|1970 Chic Canfora and Kent State||Thomas R. Hensley, The Kent State Incident: Impact of
Judicial Process on Public Attitudes (1981).
Compiled by: Marie Therese B.B. Caringal (LL.M. Student)
Isidor F. Stone, The Killings at Kent State; How Murder Went Unpunished (1971).
Joe Eszterhas, Thirteen Seconds; Confrontation at Kent State (1970).
Ottavio M. Casale, The Kent Affair: Documents and Interpretations (1971).
|1971: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers||Peter Schiag, Test of Loyalty: Daniel Ellsberg and the
Rituals of Secret Government (1974).
Inquiry into the alleged involvement of the Central Intelligence Agency in the Watergate and Ellsberg matters: hearings before the Special Subcommittee on Intelligence of the Committee on Armed Services, House of Representatives, Ninety-fourth Congress, first session (1975).
Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute, Pentagon Papers Case Collection: Annotated Procedural Guide and Index (1975).
|1976: Leonard Peltier and the Pine Ridge Shootout with the
|Peter Mathiessen, In the Spirit of Crazy Horse (1983)
James W. Messerschmidt, The Trial of Leonard Peltier (1983).
|1982: Linda Hajeck, the FBI and CISPES||CISPES and FBI counter-terrorism investigations: hearings before the Subcommittee on Civil and Constitutional Rights of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, One Hundredth Congress, second session (1989).|
|1985: Margaret Randall, Deportation and the McCarran Act||"The McCarran-Walter Act and Ideological Exclusion: A Call for Reform." 43 U of Miami L.R. (1989)1141-68|
|1986: Darlene Nicgorski and the Sanctuary Movement||Miriam Davidson, Convictions of the Heart: Jim Corbett and
the Sanctuary Movement (1988).
Ann Crittenden, Sanctuary: A Story of American Conscience and the Law in Collision (1988).
David Matas, The Sanctuary Trial (1989).
Robin Lorentzen, Women in the Sanctuary Movement (1991).
Compiled by: Marie Therese B.B. Caringal (LL.M. Student)