Chicago: Citizens in Defense of Civil Liberties, 1979-1984. Six issues of the magazine from the years 1979 to 1984. Issues present are Volume 2 Numbers 1-4, Volume 3 Numbers 1-4, and Volume 4 Numbers 1-4 [all are double issues]. Various pagination, most around 45 pages, newsprint in stapled wraps. Volume 2 Issue 1/2 is 7.5 x 11 inches, Volume 2 Issue 3/4 through Volume 4 Issue 1/2 are 8.5 x 10.75 issues each, and Volume 4 Issue 3/4 is 8.25 x 11 inches. All are evenly toned and have worn wraps, some chipping, Volume 3 issues 1/2 and 3/4 and Volume 4 Issue 1/2 have address labels on the rear wraps, Volume 3 Issue 1/2 is lightly foxed along the spine, and Volume 4 Issue 1/2 has a large stain on the rear wrap, else generally good condition.
Articles on right-wing movements in America, police brutality and Lyndon LaRouche, an interview with Hollywood Ten member Lester Cole, and more. The first issue included here was published in Washington DC, after which the publication merged with the National Lawyers Guild's newsletter and begin publishing in Chicago.