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The Sedition act made it illegal to openly criticize the government. The Sedition Act was enacted in 1918 by Congress.

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What did the sedition act make illegal in 1910?

The Sedition Act made it illegal to rebel against law and to publish any anti government writings.


Who was affected by the sedition act how were they affected?

The illegal immigrants were the people affected by the Sedition act. They were deported to their countries or imprisoned.


Did the Tyranny Act make it illegal to criticize the government?

No that was the Sedition ActThe sedition acts made it illegal to publish anything negative about government and government officials. They still had freedom of speech. The act was repealed in 1801 anyway. So, we have never had a law to where it was illegal to criticize the government.


What was illegal under the Sedition Act in 1918?

It was illegal to speak against the president on print.


What act made it illegal to write or say anything critically about the government?

The Sedition act


What was the main target of the Sedition Act?

The main target of the Sedition act was to stop the inflammatory presses ran by the Democratic-Republicans in opposition to the John Adams administration. The Act made it illegal to make false and malicious statements or allegations against any government official.


The Sedition Act passed by congress in 1917 made it illegal to?

talk bad about the president.


Why were Americans critical of the Naturalization act as well as the alien and sedition act?

what law made it illegal to criticize the government? it was one of the answers a. alien act b. sedition act c. naturalization act d. tyranny act it was the alien act A is the correct answer


The sedition act made it illegal to?

...say things in opposition to the views and ideals of the US government.


What is the sedition Act.?

The Sedition Act tried to curb republican criticism of government policy. It basically stopped people from speaking disrespectfully against the government. The Sedition Act made any activity designed to overthrow a government illegal. The 1918 Sedition Act was passed by the United States Congress was a means of expanding the 1917 Espionage Act. Woodrow Wilson signed it into law.


The passage of this act in 1918 made any public expression of opposition to the war illegal?

The Sedition Act of 1918 made any public expression of opposition to the war illegal.


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