Wednesday, July 03, 2013
Why Snowden's Fate Matters @ Consortium News
Exclusive: There’s an old saying that a reporter is only as good as his sources, meaning that there’s a need for people inside government who see wrongdoing to speak up. It is also a test of a democratic Republic whether truth-tellers like Edward Snowden are appreciated or persecuted, ex-intelligence analyst Elizabeth Murray notes.
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Migrant Workers' Bitter Fruit by Dennis Bernstein
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