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American Blacklist: The Attorney General's List of Subversive Organizations
American Blacklist: The Attorney General's List of Subversive Organizations
Resonating with disturbing implications for the present, American Blacklist is the only full-length study of the so-called Attorney General's List of Subversive Organizations (AGLOSO) and its critical role in the post-World War II Red Scare.
Although earlier versions of AGLOSO date back as far as 1903 and were wielded by the federal government during both the post-World War I Red Scare and World War II, they were not widely publicized. But beginning in December 1947, as part of the Truman administration's loyalty program, the federal government engaged in a massive effort to publicize the AGLOSO lists. In the process, it threatened, damaged, or destroyed nearly 300 organizations, all of which were listed without any notice, evidence, or hearings.
Drawing heavily on previously classified FBI, Justice Department, and other documents, Robert Goldstein demonstrates how the listed organizations and their members (including a large number of federal employees) came under suspicion, were investigated, and suffered numerous public and private penalties. These included the loss of federal tax-exempt status, the denial of passports, deportations and immigration exclusions, ejection from federally subsidized housing, and private employment bans. AGLOSO, which was dominated by J. Edgar Hoover's FBI, also placed a huge damper on political dissent throughout the nation.
After 1954, AGLOSO and the Red Scare both came under increasing attack as serious violations of American civil liberties. Indeed, AGLOSO's declining significance after 1954 reflected a more general decline in the postwar Red Scare campaign itself. Both gradually diminished in impact and importance, but they left a long-lasting legacy.
As Goldstein reveals, AGLOSO's final demise in 1974 resulted from congressional opposition to President Richard Nixon's attempt to revive it via a 1971 executive order, which was severely attacked as an abuse of executive authority and an attack on civil liberties. The subsequent controversy preceded by only three months the Watergate investigation and the collapse of the Nixon presidency, events that continue to leave their unsettling mark on an equally troubled present.

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Chester, Lower Bridge St, 16-24 - Oddfellows Hall
Chester, Lower Bridge St, 16-24 - Oddfellows Hall
Town house, then a school, now club, offices and shops. 1676 altered 1678 for Lady Mary Calveley, occupied early C18 by John Williams, Attorney General of Denbighshire and Montgomeryshire from 1702 and Cheshire and Flintshire in 1727, access altered late C19, the north bay added C19 and the first storey of the front projected to include shops late C19. Brown brick in irregular bond, rendered to the front; hipped grey slate roof, belled towards eaves, rises to a central rectangular flat roof, with formerly symmetrically placed lateral chimneys. EXTERIOR: 3 storeys of 5, then 6, bays. The first storey, in C19 manner, has projecting porch to third bay from south with basket arch under broken pediment with egg-and-dart moulding, with a bulgy pilaster to each side;; ODDFELLOWS HALL in raised capitals on the frieze. A projecting shopfront south of porch has a small-pane part-glazed door and a 3-light transomed shop window; 2 similar shopfronts north of the porch with a 3-light window and a 2-light window. The second storey has 6 bays, the added north bay being wider, with 7 pilasters, capitals coinciding with the third storey floor-string. 2 nearly flush 12-pane sashes in eared architraves south of entrance bay and 3 similar sashes north. The entrance bay has a shorter sash of 12 square panes in place of the former front door; before the north bay was added, the front was symmetrical with a pair of quadrant external stairs to the entrance. The third storey has 7 pilasters and 6 tall nearly flush 18-pane sashes. A bold cornice on painted stone brackets. The south side has lowest storey rendered with brown brickwork above; a blocked doorway has stone step. The second storey has a flush 12-pane unequal sash; the second-to-third storey half-landing has an 8;18;8 pane Palladian window in a stone case. Flush sandstone quoins at the south-west corner; sandstone plinth and flush bands to part of south wall; cornice as to the front. The rear best displays the character of a substantial late C17 town house, with symmetrical elevation of 2 storeys, the ground level one storey above the front pavement level, between flush quoins at both former corners. 5 nearly flush sashes under gauged brick heads to the lower storey and 5 tall 18-pane sashes to the upper storey; cornice as to front; the added northern bay has a matching sixth sash to each storey and a lean-to roof with plain flush verge. The north side is built against. LBO
Good news...
Good news...
Yep, our house is sold!! woo hoo!! We are in the Attorney Review status, which takes 3-4 days... so it will be 100% official by Thursday. But the buyer put down a lot of money and looks serious so all things look great! What a relief not to have any more showings..... :) Now we have to find our new house! We went looking again this weekend and found two neighborhoods that we love. One house has a master bathroom that was the size of a closet. I just can't deal with that :) The other house was a corner lot with no backyard. Put those together and we got our perfect house! Hopefully we'll find that house in the next few weeks. I'd love to have any and all fingers crossed! :) gtwl: What's new? (yep, selling our house is new!)

list of attorneys
list of attorneys
The New York State Register, for 1843: Containing an Almanac, Civil Divisions, and Census of the State; with Political, Statistical and Other ... a Full List of County Officers, Attorneys, &c
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