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Mary Metlay Kaufman (1912-1995): civil rights and labor attorney, law professor, and peace activist; prosecutor in Nuremberg trials; defender of Communist Party members in 1950s and of peace, civil rights and other activists in 1960s and 70s; participant in international tribunals investigating US war crimes in Southeast Asia, the nuclear arms race, and Ronald Reaganís foreign policy.

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Primary Documents:

Elizabeth Gurley Flynn Letter to Mary Kaufman,15 July 1955
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Transcription of Flynn Letter To Kaufman
Elizabeth's Suggestions for the Letter

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