The I. W. W.: A Study of American Syndicalism

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APPENDIX X
COPIES OF STATE "CRIMINAL SYNDICALISM" STATUTES

MINNESOTA
CHAPTER 215--S. F. No. 942 1

An act defining criminal syndicalism, prohibiting the advocacy thereof and the advocacy of crime, sabotage, violence, or other unlawful methods of terrorism as a means of accomplishing industrial or political ends, and assemblage for the purpose of such advocacy; declaring it unlawful to permit the use of any place, building or rooms for such assemblage in certain cases; and providing penalties for violations of the provisions thereof.


BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF MINNESOTA:

SECTION I.Criminal syndicalism defined. -- Criminal syndicalism is hereby defined as the doctrine which advocates crime, sabotage (this word as used in this bill meaning malicious damage or injury to the property of an employer by an employe), violence or other unlawful methods of terrorism as a means of accomplishing industrial or political ends. The advocacy of such doctrine, whether by word of mouth or writing is a felony punishable as in this act otherwise provided.

SEC. 2.Teaching or advocating syndicalism declared a felony.--Any person who by word of mouth or writing, advocates or teaches the duty, necessity or propriety of crime, sabotage, violence or other unlawful methods of terrorism as a means

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Session Laws of Minnesota for 1917, pp. 311-312.

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