Apr. 11, 1962 - Four hundred students at Hunter College in the Bronx listened today to an exposition of American Nazism by a stand-in for its founder, George Lincoln Rockwell (pictured). Hundreds of mounted and foot policemen and detectives guarded the campus to protect three Rockwell aides from survivors of Nazi death camps and other pickets. Mr. Rockwell, who faces arrest for disorderly conduct on a court warrant, remained in New Jersey. The substitute lecturer was Seth D.
Feb. 4, 1962 - George Lincoln Rockwell (pictured), head of the American Nazi party, told a jeering crowd today that he had the right to make a speech anywhere and any time. He arrived in Lewisburg, Pa., with nine associates and dared local and state policemen to arrest him. Before a crowd of several thousand, mostly Bucknell University students, he began a speech that was interrupted by boos and cries of “Go home!” As the boos mounted, he suddenly declared, “There’s no use tr