'Free Speech and Dissent During Wartime.' That's the title of a very popular lecture, delivered this week at the Mises Institute and available online, that "examines the effect of war on civil liberties in American history," including an examination of the laws of sedition, which are generally only utilised in wartime.
The lecturer is John Denson, editor of The Costs of War, and it begins by examining the American Alien and Sedition Act of 1798...
Lecture details here. Audio here. Video here.
LINKS: Free speech and dissent during wartime - John Denson
TAGS: Free_Speech, War, Politics