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.
It does not become law. Royal assent is required for a bill to become and act and thus law. This happened with the Military Action Against Iraq (Parliamentary Approval) Bill which sought to transfer from the monarch to Parliament the… Full Answer
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
The Data Protection Act 1998 is a United Kingdom Act of Parliament. As such it was passed by both the House of Commons and the House of Lords and received Royal assent to become general law for all of the… Full Answer