Records of a committee formed in 1948 which successfully fought James Kutcher's dismissal from federal government employment because of his membership in the Socialist Workers Party. Included are correspondence, form letters, press releases, speeches, financial records, clippings, legal briefs, hearing transcripts, and a copy of Kutcher's book, The Case of the Legless Veteran (1953). The correspondence relates chiefly to Kutcher's legal defense and to enlistment of union support. Prominent correspondents include Farrell Dobbs, James T. Farrell, Alfred Kazin, Carey McWilliams, Alexander Meiklejohn, Lewis Mumford, Joseph L. Rauh, Jr., I. F. Stone, and Norman Thomas.
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