anonymous
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One effect of the Alien and Sedition Acts was to
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anonymous
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A. limit the power of the Democratic Republican Party. B. prevent juries from acquitting innocent immigrants. C. provoke a crisis that briefly united the nation against France. D. uphold the tradition of presuming a person innocent until proved guilty.
anonymous
  • anonymous
The four Alien and Sedition Acts (1798) were designed to prevent public expressions against Federalist policies during the Quasi-War with France. To the extent that they criminalized dissent and threatened new immigrants, they impinged upon the concepts of free speech and the rights of states in the US.
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