I’ve been an ACLU national staff attorney for 35 years. During that time I’ve litigated more than 150 cases around the country on a wide range of civil-liberties issues, including free speech, prisoners’ rights, and ballot access. It’s been an incredible experience and a dream come true. At least 75 of my litigation files were sent to Princeton as part of its collection of ACLU papers in Mudd Library (Campus Notebook, July 11). In the front of each litigation file, I wrote several paragraphs explaining what the case was about and its significance. If anyone should examine them and have any questions, I’d be delighted to respond!
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