Chicago Tribune, “Exhibit on U.S. spies and traitors hopes to speak to present day”

“We have sometimes gone too far,” Russick says, noting what happened with the so-called anarchist riot at Haymarket Square here in Chicago: “People were executed, and people who were sitting in prison were later exonerated. There can be pitfalls to clamping down.”

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