COMPARE AND CONTRAST THE SEDITION ACT AND THE PATRIOT ACT

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American History

 

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Christopher B

 

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February 27, 2013

 

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It was also illegal to write, speak, publish, or print anything that criticized the president or congress. Defamatory speech was anything deemed untrue or false; if a defendant proved that the speech was truthful then no crime was committed. The Sedition Act directly violates the First Amendment and free speech...
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The Sedition Act directly violates the First Amendment and free speech. Citizens were stifled because any act that had a slightly negative perspective against the government was sedition. The Supreme Court later ruled that the Sedition Act was a direct violation of the press and people's ability to express them...
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