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The Resource John Howard Lawson, petitioner, vs. United States of America, respondent. : Dalton Trumbo, petitioner, vs. United States of America, respondent. Brief of Alexander Meiklejohn, of Cultural Workers in Motion Pictures and other Arts, and of Members of the Professions, as Amici Curiae., Max Radin, counsel; Carey McWilliams, of counsel

John Howard Lawson, petitioner, vs. United States of America, respondent. : Dalton Trumbo, petitioner, vs. United States of America, respondent. Brief of Alexander Meiklejohn, of Cultural Workers in Motion Pictures and other Arts, and of Members of the Professions, as Amici Curiae., Max Radin, counsel; Carey McWilliams, of counsel

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John Howard Lawson, petitioner, vs. United States of America, respondent. : Dalton Trumbo, petitioner, vs. United States of America, respondent. Brief of Alexander Meiklejohn, of Cultural Workers in Motion Pictures and other Arts, and of Members of the Professions, as Amici Curiae.
Title
John Howard Lawson, petitioner, vs. United States of America, respondent.
Title remainder
Dalton Trumbo, petitioner, vs. United States of America, respondent. Brief of Alexander Meiklejohn, of Cultural Workers in Motion Pictures and other Arts, and of Members of the Professions, as Amici Curiae.
Statement of responsibility
Max Radin, counsel; Carey McWilliams, of counsel
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Respondent
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Language
eng
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CLU
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Label
John Howard Lawson, petitioner, vs. United States of America, respondent. : Dalton Trumbo, petitioner, vs. United States of America, respondent. Brief of Alexander Meiklejohn, of Cultural Workers in Motion Pictures and other Arts, and of Members of the Professions, as Amici Curiae., Max Radin, counsel; Carey McWilliams, of counsel
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Publication
Note
At head of title: In the Supreme Court of the United States. October term, 1949, no. 248-249
Extent
36 p.
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: Off-white wrappers with faded edged. Gift.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)14181112
  • ucoclc14181112
Label
John Howard Lawson, petitioner, vs. United States of America, respondent. : Dalton Trumbo, petitioner, vs. United States of America, respondent. Brief of Alexander Meiklejohn, of Cultural Workers in Motion Pictures and other Arts, and of Members of the Professions, as Amici Curiae., Max Radin, counsel; Carey McWilliams, of counsel
Publication
Note
At head of title: In the Supreme Court of the United States. October term, 1949, no. 248-249
Extent
36 p.
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: Off-white wrappers with faded edged. Gift.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)14181112
  • ucoclc14181112

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