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Free speech wasn't so free 103 years ago, when 'seditious' and 'unpatriotic' speech was criminalized in the US

By Eric P. Robinson, Assistant Professor (media law and ethics), University of South Carolina
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Free speech is a long American tradition -- but so are attempts to restrict free speech. A First Amendment scholar writes about measures a century ago to silence those criticizing government.

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