Chicago: American Freedom Convention, 1919. Handbill. 8.5x3.6 inch leaflet, printed both sides, very good. One side has a comic strip depicting a government agent arresting an editor for publishing anti-war sentiments (artist's signature obscure); the other side has poetic quotes from John Hay and Longfellow along with contact information for the upcoming Convention.
The convention established the American Freedom League, devoted to seeking amnesty for those who had been imprisoned for opposition to WW I. Speakers there called for the impeachment of President Wilson, called for an end to conscription, protested the deportation of Indian revolutionaries, and demanded the release of Tom Mooney, among other resolutions.