Sedition Act of 1918Law
40 Stat. 553 | (1918),
Legal Definition of Sedition Act of 1918
an amendment to the Espionage Act of 1917. The Act made it criminal to use speech to incite resistance to the war effort, as well as to criticize the United States or to support a country at war with the United States. The Act was repealed in 1921.
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