1 Legislative History of the Internal Security Act of 1950: 81-831: 64 Stat. 987: Ch. 1024, 2d Sess.: September 23, 1950 1 (1950)

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INTERNAL SECURITY ACT OF 1950
P.L. 81-831            64 Stat. 987
September 23, 1950
PUBLIC LAW
1. Public Law 81-831 as approved,
September 23, 1950.
DOCUMENTS
2. House Document No. 679, Preserv-
ing Our Basic Liberties and
Protecting the Internal Secur-
ity of the United States,
Message from the President of
the United States, August 8,
1950.
3. House Document No. 708, Internal
Security Act of 1950, Message
from the President of the
United States returning without
approval the bill (H.R. 9490)
to Protect the United States
Against Certain Un-American
and Subversive Activities by
Requiring Registration of
Communist Organizations, and
for Other Purposes, September 22,
1950.
REPORTS
4. Senate Report No. 81-2369 to
accompany S. 4037, August 17,
1950; Part 2 (Minority Views)
August 28, 1950.
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