Institute for First Amendment Studies records, 1920-1999-01-23

This collection has:

44.75 cubic ft., 429 audio-visual media

The Institute for First Amendment Studies (IFAS) was founded in 1984 by Skipp Porteous and Barbara Simon in Great Barrington, Massachusetts, in order to counter the American Religious Right's involvement in politics. It closed in 2001.

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