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Earl Warren; Communist Party of the United States of America,
"In two 5-4 decisions handed down on June 5, 1961, the Supreme Court ... upheld the membership provision of the Smith Act and the registration provision of the McCarran Act. The first decision makes "knowing", "active" membership in the Communist Party a crime. Under the second, the Communist Party is ordered to register and so declare itself to be an agent of a foreign power ... Four justices dissented from both decisions, among them Chief Justice Earl Warren. We present here the dissent of Chief Justice Warren from the McCarran Act decision..."-- To the Reader.
|Description:||23 pages ; 20 cm|
|Responsibility:||Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Earl Warren.|