Laws Against Treason, Sedition, Etc. Communication from the Law Officer of the Division of Insular Affairs, Making a Comparison Between the Existing Laws of the United States Agaisnt Treason, Sedition, and Misprision and the Provisions of Act No. 292, of the Philippine Commission
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1902 - 42 páginas
Includes Phillipines Act no. 292 printed in parallel columns with equivalent U.S. federal and state legislation, with an appendix of state laws against treason and sedition.
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