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Making of modern law. American Civil Liberties Union papers, 1912-1990

Contains the records of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), an organization known for its focus on civil rights, race, gender, protest, the role of police, and the role of government on both the national and local levels. This primary source collection provides a historical look at the ACLU and other groups that have interacted with them. Covers years from before the official founding through the 20th century. This resource is part of the Making of Modern Law collection. Gale

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