Senator Joseph R. McCarthy and President Harry S. Truman trade accusations of disloyalty.
A brief, illustrated timeline of Joe McCarthy's life and the House Un-American Activities Committee.
Article documenting HUAC's role in the blacklisting of suspected Communists in Hollywood and its attempts to influence the content of films produced in the late 1940s and 1950s.
Excerpts from the PBS documentary "The Legacy of the Hollywood Blacklist."
Short biographies of the individuals who refused to testify in HUAC's hearings, thereby earning a place on the blacklist.
Partial text of a law "[t]o protect the United States against certain Un American and subversive activities by requiring registration of Communist organizations."
Forty questions and answers about Senator Joseph McCarthy.
Mocks the late anti-Communist. Includes an online discussion group.
Libertarian author cooperates with Congressional investigation of Communist propaganda in American films. Includes introduction, background, and notes.
Essay by Jesse Friedman tracing the life and career of anti-Communist Senator Joseph McCarthy. Asserts he was a "sleazy bully" who "ruined the careers of hundreds of innocent men and women [in order] to advance his own."