The Suppression of free speech in New York and in New Jersey : being a true account by eye witnesses of law-breaking by the Police Department of New York City, at Lexington Hall, on May 23, 1909, by the City Authorities of East Orange, at English's Hall, on June 8, 1909 ; together with the full text of the suppressed lecture by Emma Goldman and the addresses by Leonard Abbott and Alden Freeman at the Thomas Paine Centenary observed by the members of the Open Forum of New Jersey in a stable in East Orange after the president of the Forum, the speakers and 1,500 other citizens were by force denied entrance to English's Hall, which had been legally hired for the meeting by Miss Goldman and her manager, Dr. Reitman.

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Imprint:[East Orange, N.J.] : East Orange Record Print, [1909?]
Description:1 online resource (28 pages) : illustrations
Subject:Freedom of speech.
Freedom of speech -- New York (State)
Freedom of speech -- New Jersey.
Freedom of speech.
New Jersey.
New York (State)
Format: E-Resource Book
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Other authors / contributors:Goldman, Emma, 1869-1940.
Freeman, Alden, 1862-
Abbott, Leonard Dalton, 1878-1953.
Notes:Cover title.
Online resource (HeinOnline, HathiTrust, viewed May 7, 2015),
Other form:Print version: Suppression of free speech in New York and in New Jersey. East Orange : East Orange Record Print, [1909?]