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Roger Nash Baldwin '05, president of the American Civil Liberty Union, and son of the late W. H. Baldwin '85, millionaire railroad magnate, will speak at a Liberal Club luncheon on March 5. His subject, to be anounced later, will treat some phase of the question of freedom of speech.
Mr. Baldwin is visiting Cambridge just at the time when the Bimpn case, the implications of which are considered by many to be a serious breach of civil liberty, is still causing general interest.
Mr. Baldwin is noted for his defense of civil liberty and free speech. In the recent strike of garment workers at Paterson, N. J., he attempted to hold a meeting in a half, oposed by the police, and them led the strikers to city ban where he spoke for free speech and read the New Jersey State Bill of Rights. The police charged the mob and Mr. Baldwin was later sentenced to jail. Mr. Baldwin's activities as a pacifist during the World War also attracted the attention of the nation.
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