In 1952, the McCarran Walter Act allowed the U.S. government to deny visiting privileges to thousands of individuals who held different or controversial political beliefs. Examines the legacy of this legislation and its stifling of the flow of ideas.
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Available on VHS
Running time 60 minutes.
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