• Title: Yates v. U.S.: An entry from Gale's American Decades: Primary Sources
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Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved. The First Amendment, which established freedom of speech, only specifically limited the federal government's powers to control speech and was not always perceived to control the states. Through much of early U.S. history, the federal government left most free speech issues to local governments, which enacted various laws to control what was said and written. These laws generally did not become constitutional issues. In the early twentieth century, though, there was increasing concern about threats from outside America. As these concerns grew, so did laws aiming to control speech. For instance, during World War I (1914–1918), the U.S....

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