July 4, 1977 rally is postponed

“If they (Nazis) march, there will be violence and there will be bloodshed."

-- Meier Kahan, Jewish Defense League

Though the original injunction preventing the National Socialist Party of America (NSPA) from demonstrating has been lifted, Skokie's ordinances are still in effect in late June 1977.

Frank Collin and his followers do not come to on July 4.

It is possible that clashes between the NSPA and anti-racism protesters in Chicago, in addition to threats from the JDL factor in to Collin's decision.