Skokie, Illinois Ordinances: An ordinance prohibiting demonstrations by members of political parties wearing military-style uniforms

Title

Skokie, Illinois Ordinances: An ordinance prohibiting demonstrations by members of political parties wearing military-style uniforms

Abstract

Photocopy of an ordinance, introduced to Skokie Village Trustees on May 2, 1977, prohibiting demonstrations by members of political parties wearing military-style uniforms. The ordinance states that "public demonstration by members of political parties wearing military-style uniforms is repugnant to the tradition of civilian control of government and... to the standards of morality and decency of the people of the Village of Skokie."

The ordinance was passed unanimously (vote of 7 to 0) by the Village Board of Trustees on May 2, 1977. This document is 2 pages long.

Date

5/2/1977

Contributor

Orginal item from the Smith Collection, Skokie Historical Society

Rights

In Copyright http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/

Temporal Coverage

Files

Date Added
July 22, 2016
Collection
Attempted Nazi March in Skokie, 1977 and 1978, Digital Collection
Item Type
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Citation
Village of Skokie. Board of Trustees, “Skokie, Illinois Ordinances: An ordinance prohibiting demonstrations by members of political parties wearing military-style uniforms,” Skokie History Digital Collections, accessed January 19, 2020, https://skokiehistory.omeka.net/items/show/244.