For the ACLU of New Hampshire, A Growing Membership Comes With More Staff, Bigger Ambitions
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The ACLU started out defending conscientious objectors during World War I. It would go on to be involved in many landmark cases. That includes battling the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II and fighting segregation in Brown v. Board of Education.
New Hampshire’s affiliate of the ACLU got its modest start in 1968 with just a P.O. box and a group of motivated civil libertarians.