Congress passed the Internal Security Act over President Truman’s veto. Also known as the McCarran Act or the Subversive Activities Control Act, it strengthened laws against espionage, allowed investigation and deportation of immigrants who were suspected of subversive activities or of promoting communism or fascism, and allowed the limitation of free speech for national security reasons. President Truman vigorously opposed the law that he believed “would make a mockery of our Bill of Rights [and] would actually weaken our internal security measures.” In 1993, sections of the act were ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court.
In a 500 word essay, identify what sections were ruled unconstitutional and why.
On November 04, 2010, Executive Order 13556 — Controlled Unclassified Information was ordered by President Obama.
In a 500 word essay, using at least two scholarly resources define EO13556 and three of it’s components.
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