Demonstrations and Privacy - 1970

Letter to press quoted in Civil Liberty, September 1970.

"The Council for Civil Liberties regards the right to demonstrate and the right to privacy in one's home as important and basic. The Council is of the firm opinion that the right to demonstrate should not be exercised at or in the vicinity of a private home except in exceptional circumstances. The right of privacy should not be used as an excuse to destroy the right to demonstrate."