Collin v. Smith
Significance, Nazis Must Be Allowed To March, Further Readings
Albert Smith, President of the Village of Skokie, Illinois
Frank Collin, on behalf of the National Socialist Party of America
That Skokie had illegally prevented the American Nazis from holding a political march.
Chief Lawyer for Plaintiff
Gilbert Gordon, Harvey Schwartz
Chief Defense Lawyer
David A. Goldberger
U.S. District Court Judge Bernard M. Decker
Date of Decision
2 December 1977
That Skokie could not prevent the Nazis from marching.
- Schenck v. United States, 249 U.S. 47 (1919).
- Hurley v. Irish American GLIB Association, 515 U.S. 557 (1995).
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