Dissent: 1927

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Governor Clement Young pardons Charlotte Anita Whitney, who comments “How can I be pardoned when I’ve done nothing wrong?”

Los Angeles Police Chief James Davis names William “Red” Hynes to head the department’s “Red Squad,” which for the following 10 years spies on, harasses, censors, and physically assaults the city’s leftist political radicals.