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Manifesto of the No-Conscription League

Manifesto of the No-Conscription League

Manifesto of the No-Conscription League
This manifesto, detailing the program of the No-Conscription League founded by Goldman and Berkman in 1917, was circulated to over 100,000 people. Soon thereafter, Goldman and Berkman were arrested and charged with conspiracy to obstruct the draft. The manifesto was used as an exhibit for the government at the subsequent trial.

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Manifesto of the No-Conscription League

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Manifesto of the No-Conscription League

Manifesto of the No-Conscription League

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Date / time
1917
Pages
451-454
Publication
Transcript of Record: Supreme Court of the United States, Emma Goldman and Alexander Berkman, Plaintiffs-in-Error, vs. the United States
Date published
01-JAN-17

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Manifesto of the No-Conscription League." (Viewed on December 19, 2014) <http://jwa.org/media/manifesto-of-no-conscription-league>.

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