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Essays on Espionage and International Law by Quincy …
The Espionage Act was ratified in order to “suppress the spread of alleged disloyalty and to maintain the public image of remarkable national unity behind the war effort” (James and Wells, 71).
Congress passed the Espionage Act of 1917
The Merriam-Webster Dictionary (2014) defines espionage as things that are done to find out secrets from enemies or competitors, the activity of spying.
Essays on Espionage and International Law with Quincy Wright, ..
About the Author: Don Anton is Professor of Law at the Australian National University College of Law and co-chair of the ASIL International Environmental Law Interest Group. Thanks to Pene Mathew, Sarah Heathcote, and Sarah Joseph for thoughtful discussions about the issues raised. Thanks to Cymie Payne for great suggestions that improved the final product.