Books available in the library:
Philippa Strum. 1999
Presents the constitutional and moral issues critical to our understanding of free speech and carries important lessons for current controversies over hate speech on college campuses.
Donald Downs. 1985
A challenge to the ruling court's doctrine of “content neutrality” and an argument for the minimal abridgment of free speech when that speech is intentionally harmful.
David Hamlin. 1980
Aryeh Neier. 1979
The national executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Aryeh Neier, tells the story and ponders the consequences of Skokie/Nazi conflict and other cases in which the enemies of freedom have claimed for themselves the rights that they would deny to others.
James Gibson and Richard Bingham. 1985
A study focusing on the drop in membership of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) following their defense of Frank Collin in the Skokie/Nazi conflict.
Sanford D. Horwitt. 2018
Includes a chapter (pages 78-89) about the then Congressman's conflicted feelings about the Nazi march case.
Reverend Phyllis G. Koehnline. 2000
From the Skokie Public Library Digital Collection
Reverend Phyllis G. Koehnline's reflections and first-hand account of events surrounding the National Socialist Party of America's attempted demonstration in Skokie.