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The Gelfand Case: A Legal History of the Exposure of US Government Agents in the Leadership of the Socialist Workers Party Vol. 1

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The Gelfand Case: A Legal History of the Exposure of US Government Agents in the Leadership of the Socialist Workers Party Vol. 1

By Alan Gelfand
 

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The first volume in a two-volume set that contains all the key briefs, courtroom transcripts and exhibits of this extraordinary lawsuit brought by Alan Gelfand against the US government and its agents, who violated basic democratic rights through their infiltration of the American Socialist Workers Party leadership.
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The first volume in a two-volume set that contains all the key briefs, courtroom transcripts and exhibits of this extraordinary lawsuit brought by Alan Gelfand against the US government and its agents, who violated basic democratic rights through their infiltration of the American Socialist Workers Party leadership. Alan Gelfand, a public defender in Los Angeles, was expelled from the Socialist Workers Party in 1979 after raising questions about the connections between SWP leader Joseph Hansen and US and Soviet intelligence agencies. He later filed a lawsuit demanding the federal government remove its agents from the SWP and name all current and past informers. href="http://www.wsws.org/articles/2008/oct2008/hist-o07.shtml" target="_blank">The Historical and International Foundations of the Socialist Equality Party — Part 8

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  • Author Alan Gelfand
    About the Author p>Alan Gelfand, a public defender in Los Angeles, was expelled from the Socialist Workers Party in 1979 after raising questions about the connections between SWP leader Joseph Hansen and US and Soviet intelligence agencies. He later filed a lawsuit demanding the federal government remove its agents from the SWP and name all current and past informers. Key documents relating to the lawsuit are contained in the two volume set The Gelfand Case: A Legal History of the Exposure of US Government Agents in the Leadership of the Socialist Workers Party, available through Mehring Books.

    Publisher Labor Publications
    Pages 311
    Publication Type Paperback
    ISBN 978-0-929087-02-3
    ISSN No

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