Joseph P. Kamp

Joseph P. Kamp (1900–1993) was an American political activist who was jailed in 1950 for being in contempt of Congress stemming from 1944 campaign activities. He was acquitted of a second contempt charge in relationship with the lobbying activities of the Constitutional Educational League, an anti-communist organization. He later served as a policy advisor to the Liberty Lobby.

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