8 CFR § 313.1 - Definitions.
For purposes of this part:
Advocate includes, but is not limited to, advising, recommending, furthering by overt act, or admitting a belief in a doctrine, and may include the giving, lending, or promising of support or of money or any thing of value to be used for advocating such doctrine.
Advocating Communism means advocating the establishment of a totalitarian communist dictatorship, including the economic, international, and governmental doctrines of world communism, in all countries of the world through the medium of an internationally coordinated communist revolutionary movement.
Circulate includes circulating, distributing, or displaying a work.
Communist Party includes:
(2) The Communist Political Association;
(4) Any section, subsidiary, branch, affiliate, or subdivision of any such association or party;
(5) The direct predecessors or successors of any such association or party, regardless of what name such group or organization may have used, may now bear, or may hereafter adopt; and
(6) Any communist-action or communist-front organization that is registered or required to be registered under section 786 of title 50 of the United States Code, provided that the applicant knew or had reason to believe, while he or she was a member, that such organization was a communist-front organization.
Organization includes, but is not limited to, an organization, corporation, company, partnership, association, trust, foundation, or fund, and any group of persons, whether incorporated or not, permanently or temporarily associated together for joint action on any subject or subjects.
Publication or publishing of a work includes writing or printing a work; permitting, authorizing, or consenting to the writing or printing of a work; and paying for the writing or printing of a work.
Subversive is any individual who advocates or teaches:
(1) Opposition to all organized government;
(3) The duty, necessity, or propriety of the unlawful assaulting or killing, either individually or by position, of any officer or officers of the United States or of any other organized government, because of his, her, or their official character;
(4) The unlawful damage, injury, or destruction of property; or
Totalitarian dictatorship and totalitarianism refer to systems of government not representative in fact and characterized by:
(1) The existence of a single political party, organized on a dictatorial basis, with so close an identity between the policies of such party and the government policies of the country in which the party exists that the government and the party constitute an indistinguishable unit; and
(2) The forcible suppression of all opposition to such a party.
Totalitarian party includes:
(3) Any section, subsidiary, branch, affiliate, or subdivision of any such association or party; and
(4) The direct predecessors or successors of any such association or party, regardless of what name such group or organization may have used, may now bear, or may hereafter adopt.