Join Date: Jul 2003
Location: United States of America
Today in History
Sep 23 1950 Congress passes the McCarran Act, also known as The Internal Security Act of 1950, overriding Harry Truman's veto. The act provides for severe restrictions on civil liberties, suspension of free speech, and placing of undesirable Americans in concentration camps. The act has never been repealed
There is nothing more beautiful than Evonne Goolagong in full flight moving across a tennis court.