Marianne Kearney-Brown, a math tutor and member of the Vallejo school board, lost a job opportunity at California State University East Bay when she refused to sign a loyalty oath because she is a Quaker. She’s the last person punished by McCarthy-era laws that were developed to root-out communists but now go mostly unused.
Marianne Kearney-Brown, a math tutor and member of the Vallejo school board, lost a job opportunity at California State University East Bay when she refused to sign a loyalty oath because she is a Quaker. She’s the last person punished by McCarthy-era laws that were developed to root-out communists but now go mostly unused. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com
Marianne Kearney-Brown, a math tutor and member of the Vallejo school board, lost a job opportunity at California State University East Bay when she refused to sign a loyalty oath because she is a Quaker. She’s the last person punished by McCarthy-era laws that were developed to root-out communists but now go mostly unused. Manny Crisostomo mcrisostomo@sacbee.com

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May 17, 2017 4:11 PM

California’s loyalty oath law snares Quakers more than communists

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