United States v. The Progressive
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The Progressive, Inc.
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.
Robert W. Warren
Date of Decision
26 March 1979
The Progressive was kept from publishing the article.
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