MINNESOTA: Sedition?

Fifteen men marched through Minneapolis last week on their way to jail. They went because they are followers of the late Leon Trotzky. Almost all are members of a minuscule political group known as the Socialist Workers Party. On the march they were led, as always, by volatile Vincent R. Dunne, ardent Trotzkyite,onetime head of Minneapolis' volatile Local 544 of the A.F. of L. Teamsters Union. Two years ago they were convicted of sedition, not because of any overt act, but because they believe in the proletarian revolution.

But the Federal Government did not prosecute all other U.S. citizens who hold...

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