U.S History

What did the Alien and Sedition Acts represent?

A)Thomas Jefferson's concern with national defense
B)James Madison's concern with personal freedom
C)The importance of immigration to the Democratic-Republicans***
D)The importance of national security to the Federalists

I choose C because These laws included new powers to deport foreigners as well as making it harder for new immigrants to vote.

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  1. Yes, those acts did that, but that's not the right answer. That answer makes immigration sound like a positive. The Alien and Sedition Acts did not see it that way.

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  2. so D would be the correct answer?

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  3. Yes.

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