Bond v. Floyd

April 2000
Current Legal Documents;1950-, p0
Presents the United States Supreme Court case of Bond v. Floyd which was decided in December of 1966. How the plaintiff Julian Bond, a member of Georgia's House of Representatives, was part of a civil rights organization that spoke out against the Vietnam War; Bond's endorsement of the statement; How the House refused to seat Bond after his support was publicized; Outcome of the case.


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