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The same way they always do, they threaten dissenters with prison or death.

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They passed the Espionage Act, which was basically a violation of civil rights because it came into play with freedom of speech.

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Q: How did the government suppress dissent during World War 1?
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Which were key arguments for and against government suppression of dissent during World War 1?

For: Dissent is unpatriotic and dangerous and must be suppressed. Against: Dissent is part of free speech and is healthy in a democracy.


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