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This Week in 1919: Frohwerk v. United States

By Madison Breshears The politics of wartime have never been conducive to the protection of individual liberties. Still, conflict provides an illuminating stress-test for the condition of a nation’s commitment to its self-proclaimed values—excavating and laying bare critical questions about the democratic conscience that may have otherwise remained unexamined. It was not until the unprecedented … Continue reading “This Week in 1919: Frohwerk v. United States”