One, Inc. v. Olesen
|One, Inc. v. Olesen
|United States Supreme Court decision for LGBT rights in the United States. ONE, Inc., a spinoff of the Mattachine Society, published the early pro-gay "ONE: The Homosexual Magazine" beginning in 1953. After a campaign of harassment from the United States Postal Service and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Postmaster of Los Angeles declared the October, 1954 issue obscene therefore unmailable under the Comstock laws. — Excerpted from One, Inc. v. Olesen on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.One, Inc. v. Olesen is a landmark|
Mr. Eric Julber, for petitioner.
Solicitor General Rankin, Acting Assistant Attorney General Leonard and Mr. Samuel D. Slade, for respondent.
On petition for writ of certiorari to the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.
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