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sedition
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Babbitt
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  • You look as if you expected me to report you as seditious!
  • But, why, he’s this nut preacher that got kicked out of the Congregationalist Church, isn’t he, and preaches free love and sedition?"
  • But just to show you how liberal I am, I’m going to send a check for ten bucks to this Beecher Ingram, because a lot of fellows are saying the poor cuss preaches sedition and free love, and they’re trying to run him out of town."

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  • She was investigated for sedition, but charges were dropped.
  • Sedition is a punishable offense for members of the U.S. military.

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