Tag: Norman Thomas

  • This Week in Princeton History for March 29-April 4

    In this week’s installment of our recurring series bringing you the history of Princeton University and its faculty, students, and alumni, a member of the Class of 1905 denounces racial exclusion, Elm Club opens, and more. March 29, 1940—Socialist presidential candidate Norman Thomas, Class of 1905, takes Princeton’s racial exclusion to task in the Princeton […]

  • Rodger Baldwin: From The Civil Liberties Bureau to the American Civil Liberties Union

    by: Professor Samuel Walker School of Criminal Justice University of Nebraska at Omaha   This is the first part in a series that was introduced earlier. Roger Baldwin was director of the National Civil Liberties Bureau (NCLB) from its founding as an organization independent of the American Union Against Militarism (AUAM) in October 1917 until his […]