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BALnwoi, ROGER N,, and randall, clarence b. Civil Liberties and In¬
dustrial Conflict. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1938.

BARRETT, EDWARD L., JR. The Tcnncy Committee. Ithaca: Cornefl Uni¬
versity Press, 1951.

BARTH, ALAN. The Loyolty of Free Men. New York: The Viking Press,

BENET, wmLiAM ROSE, and COUSINS, NORMAN (eds.). The Poetry of Free¬
dom. New York: Modern Library, 1945.

BLANSHARD, PAUL. American Freedom and Catholic Power. Boston: The
Beacon Press, 1949.

■----------. The Right to Read. Boston: The Beacon Press, 1955.

CARR, ROBERT K. Federal Protection of Civil Rights: Quest for a Sword.
Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1947.

■-----------. The House Committee on Un-American Activities, 1949-1950.

Idiaca: Cornefl University Press, 1952.

CHAFEE, ZECHARIAH, JR. Free Spccch in the United States. Cambridge:
Harvard University Press, 1954.

•----------. Thirty-five Years with Freedom of Speech. New York: Roger N.

Baldwin Civil Liberties Foundation, 1952.

CHAMBERLAIN, LAWRENCE H. Loyolty and Legislative Action. Ithaca:
Cornefl University Press, 1951,

CHENERY, WILLIAM L. Frccdom of the Press. New York: Harcourt, Brace
and Company, 1955,

COMMAGER, HENRY STEELE. Freedom, Loyalty, Dissent. New York: Ox¬
ford University Press, 1954.

COUNTRYMAN, VERN. Un-American Activities in the State of Washinffon.
Ithaca: Cornefl University Press, 1951.
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