Graham, Fred P. "Two Marines Test Right of Dissent."
New York Times, March 7, 1969, p. 11.
A report on the legal case of Lance Cpl. William L. Harvey Jr. and Pfc. George Daniels.
Both men had recently been convicted of "making disloyal statements with intent to promote
disloyalty among the troops," and "caus[ing] insubordination, disloyalty, mutiny or
refusal of duty." The two men were stationed at Camp Pendleton when they organized an
impromptu personal protest telling others to fight the "real" war for justice in the
United States. The men were given the maximum penalty despite the fact that no mutiny took place.
At issue was the First Amendment rights of military personnel to protest the actions of their