Do Not Enter: The Visa War Against Ideas

Number 5043
Subject Foreign Affairs
Source Richter Productions
State NY
Year 1987
Publication Date Jan. 5, 1987
Summary Richter Productions produces documentary for Public Broadcasting Service on how the State Department, particularly under the Reagan administration, has used the 1952 McCarran-Walter Act, which allows the government to deny entrance visas to anyone deemed "prejudicial to the public interest," to bar a variety of foreigners who might simply embarrass the administration.
Category Contest Entry
Pages 22
Keywords Garcia Marquez;foreign affairs;Tape
Related Links
Related Video
Contest Questionnaires Only members can download contest entry questionnaires! Log in to get access.
Ordering info Want to place an order? Email us or call us at 573-882-3364 (Stories are only available to members of IRE. For membership information, please refer to our membership page)