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What American editors said about the ten million dollar libel suit: Editorial comment in American press on the lawsuit brought in the name of the City of Chicago against The Chicago Tribune

Published for private circulation by the Chicago Tribune, Chicago. 1921, 154p., wraps, edgeworn, spine frayed at bottom. Collection of editorials and other writings from around the country. The city had tried to sue the Tribune for ten million dollars, claiming that its criticism of the civic government had impaired Chicago' credit. The court determined that the city did not have the right to sue for libel

Cat.No: 125882

Price: $35.00

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