Ray Bradbury; 1920-., Fredric Brown; 1906-1972, Science fiction
United States Congress Senate (Rules and practice), Government investigations, Legal procedure
Government employees (Appointment, qualifications, etc), Loyalty-security program (U.S.)
Ira Jewell WILLIAMS; 1899-.
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