Committee for Public Justice (U.S.)

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Formed in 1970, the Committee for Public Justice was an affiliate organization of the ACLU composed of writers, lawyers, educators and other parties who felt that the United States was entering a period of political repression. The group investigated and published criticisms of the FBI, the Dept. of Justice, and the CIA.

From the description of FBI Conference papers, 1971. (Peking University Library). WorldCat record id: 74216569

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referencedIn Theoharis, Athan G.,. FBI Investigation and Surveillance Records, 1919-[ongoning]. Marquette University Raynor Memorial Library, John P. Raynor Library
creatorOf Committee for Public Justice (U.S.). FBI Conference papers, 1971. Princeton University Library
referencedIn United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation. Federal surveillance of African Americans, 1920-1984 [electronic resource]. University of California, Irvine. Library. Department of Special Collections
referencedIn Norman Dorsen Papers, 1953-2006 Tamiment Library / Wagner Archives
creatorOf United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation. FBI, Committee for Public Justice, 1970-1977 [microform]. University of California, Irvine. Library. Department of Special Collections
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associatedWith Dorsen, Norman person
associatedWith Theoharis, Athan G., person
associatedWith United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation. corporateBody
associatedWith Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs corporateBody
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Criminal justice, Administration of--Congresses
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