The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is an organization that states its purpose is to defend the freedoms guaranteed to Americans by the Bill of Rights and the Constitution. This material concerning the ACLU contains the history and development of the organization and a brief resume of its activities. It also includes bulletins published by the ACLU.
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