JSTOR Daily, “How the Espionage Act Became a Tool of Repression”

Originally a wide-ranging brief for press censorship and against anarchists, it ended up “a carefully considered enactment designed to deal with very specific military concerns.” Woodrow Wilson was extremely disappointed with the result.

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