Attorney(s) appearing for the Case
Messrs. Charles Hershenstein and Edward J. O'Mara with whom Messrs. James A. Hamill and John A. Matthews were on the brief, for petitioners. See p. 661.
Messrs. Morris L. Ernst and Spaulding Frazer, with whom Messrs. Lee Pressman and Benjamin Kaplan were on the brief, for respondents. See p. 668.
By leave of Court, the Committee on the Bill of Rights of the American Bar Association, filed a brief, as amici curiae, discussing the right of assembly. See p. 678.
Supreme Court of United States.
Per STONE, J., with whom REED, J., concurred. The CHIEF JUSTICE concurred in part (p. 532).
1. Freedom of speech and of assembly for any lawful purpose are rights of personal liberty secured to all persons, without regard to citizenship, by the due process clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. P. 519.
There is no occasion in this case to consider whether freedom of speech and of assembly are immunities secured by the privileges and immunities clause of the Fourteenth...
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