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American Civil Liberties Union - Organizational history, Leadership, funding and organizational structure, Positions, Notable historical cases, Controversial stances


A leading US group which promotes civil rights. It has tended to use the courts to gain changes based on the rights afforded under the Constitution, and is particularly concerned with freedom of speech and maintaining an open society.

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