OpenStudy (anonymous):

The Alien Act, passed on 25 June 1798 (also known as the Alien Friends Act), and the Sedition Act, passed on 14 July 1798, were temporary measures designed to silence the political opposition. This Alien Act gave President John Adams the power to deport any un-naturalized foreigner he considered "dangerous to the peace and public safety of the United States." Aliens who defied a deportation order would be imprisoned for up to three years and permanently excluded from U.S. citizenship; any deportee who returned could be imprisoned for "so long as, in the opinion of the President, the public saf

2 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

a. regulate immigration and deportation practices. c. silence all opposing political views. b. deport all un-naturalized foreigners. d. provide the President with more power.

2 years ago
OpenStudy (denonakavro):

The best option would be silencing the opposition

2 years ago
OpenStudy (anonymous):

thank you @denonakavro

2 years ago
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