In 1978, a mediation team from the Community Relations Service [CRS] of the United States Department of Justice attempted to mediate the dispute between residents of Skokie, the predominantly Jewish suburb of Chicago and the Nazi party members of the National Socialists Party of America. This dispute involved a number of issues of legal and legislative significance. After a series of complicated negotiations, the Nazis canceled the Skokie demonstration.
Salem, Richard A.
"Mediating Political and Social Conflicts: The Skokie-Nazi Dispute,"
Sociological Practice: Vol. 10
, Article 14.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.wayne.edu/socprac/vol10/iss1/14