The McCarran Internal Security Act created the Subversive Activities Control Board, and made it so communist organizations had to register with the Attorney General of the United States. It was vetoed by Harry Truman, but his veto was overridden by… Full Answer
McCarran Internal Security Act, also known as the Internal Security Act, requires the registration of Communist organizations with the U.S. Attorney General. Its purpose is to protect the United States against subversive activities.
No that was the Sedition Act The sedition acts made it illegal to publish anything negative about government and government officials. They still had freedom of speech. The act was repealed in 1801 anyway. So, we have never had a… Full Answer
I cannot criticize you. If you weren't there, you shouldn't criticize my actions. I can't believe he has the audacity to criticize our work on the project, when he has contributed practically nothing to it himself. I gave you my… Full Answer
It showed how Americans can be so inconsiderate about poeples religion and feelings. It also showed how innocent people were put to shame for something that they were accused of but never proven to have really done it
House Un-American Activities Comittee (HUAC) - investigated "communist" activities and arrested several including the "Hollywood 10" and were involved in the Alger Hiss Case McCarran Security Act (1950) - communist organizations must register with the government and publish all of… Full Answer