Every person who, in this state, either orally or by writing, printing, exhibiting,
or circulating written or printed words or pictures, shall advocate, teach, incite,
propose, aid, abet, encourage, or advise the unlawful injury or destruction of private
or public property by the use of physical force, violence, or bodily injury, or the
unlawful injury by the use of physical force or violence of any person, or the unlawful
taking of human life, as a policy or course of conduct, under circumstances constituting
a clear and present danger that violent action will result therefrom, commits a class
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