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Laws against seditious speech have been upheld by the supreme court if they?

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April 23, 2011 8:46PM

Unsure of exactly what it is that is being asked, however - -

(in the US) Sedition is defined as the stirring up of rebellion

against the government. Treason is the violation of allegiance to

one's sovereign or state, giving aid to enemies, or levying war

against one's state. Sedition is encouraging one's fellow citizens

to rebel against their state, whereas treason is actually betraying

one's country by aiding and abetting another state. Sedition laws

somewhat equate to terrorism and so-called 'public order' laws.

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