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In the House, they voted for leaders who participated in sedition.
Other commentators have dubbed it a coup, or appended the legal label of sedition.
IS AMERICA EXPERIENCING A COUP?NICOLÁS RIVEROJANUARY 7, 2021QUARTZ
Ye, accused of sedition, is sent to work for an obscure government agency called the Red Coast Base and discovers a new method for transmitting interstellar messages.
While the local sedition law passed in 1918, San Diego didn’t warm to all wartime restrictions that year.
Somebody called the cops, and the 24-year-old was arrested on charges of sedition and thrown in jail.
There was little reason to hope that this, the third city in India, should not yield readily to sedition-mongers.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
John Smith was later charged with sedition, acquitted, and finally restored to his rightful council position.
No one knows better than I that it is, at the present moment, honeycombed with sedition and anarchical impulses.
THE DOUBLE FOURE. PHILLIPS OPPENHEIM
He ascribed the measures taken to repress sedition and defeat the French propaganda as attempts at tyranny.
The sedition cases were mostly heard before the lord-justice clerk Braxfield, who behaved with scandalous harshness and severity.

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