This is the location where the House Committee on Un-American Activities meets.
This object was a reference for identifying an individual as a Communist or un-American.
This place was a primary target of interrogations conducted by the House Committee.
This place was where the Cultural and Scientific Conference for World Peace was held in 1949.
This place was a college town full of anti-Semitic students.
This place was where Hellman acted as a cultural representative and advised on a play.
This place had a farm, which sold after the hearing.
This place was cheap and a good way to escape the repercussions from the hearings.
This place was where it was easy to extend one's visa.
This place is the island where Hellman owned a house.
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