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United States v. The Progressive - Significance, Government Wins Battle, Loses War, Further Readings

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Plaintiff

United States

Defendant

The Progressive, Inc.

Plaintiff's Claim

That The Progressive magazine should be prevented from publishing an article concerning how a hydrogen bomb works.

Chief Lawyers for Plaintiff

Thomas S. Martin, Frank M. Tuerkheimer

Chief Defense Lawyer

Earl Munson, Jr.

Judge

Robert W. Warren

Place

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Date of Decision

26 March 1979

Decision

The Progressive was kept from publishing the article.

Related Cases

  • Trotman v. Board of Trustees of Lincoln University, 635 F.2d 216 (3rd Cir. 1980).
  • Pepsico, Inc. v. Redmond, 46 F.3d 29 (7th Cir. 1995).
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