Unibomber Manifesto: Publish or Perish?
The participants discussed the decision by The Washington Post and the New York Times to publish a lengthy statement by the… read more
The participants discussed the decision by The Washington Post and the New York Times to publish a lengthy statement by the “unibomber.” The FBI has been investigating the man known as the “unibomber” since 1978 because of alleged terrorist activities. He reportedly has said that if his statement was published, he would no longer target humans with bombs. Professor Fischer was a target of the “unibomber.” close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Cissy Baker Bureau Chief Tribune Broadcasting Co.->Washington Bureau
- David Bartlett President Radio-Television News Directors Assn.
- Kathleen Black Correspondent USA Today
- Patrick Fischer Professor Vanderbilt University->Computer Science
- Richard Harwood Columnist Washington Post
- Bernard Kalb Moderator CNN->Reliable Source
- William Ketter President American Society of Newspaper Editors
- Jane Kirtley Executive Director Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press
- Charles Lewis Bureau Chief Hearst Newspapers->Washington Bureau
- Charles L. Overby President and CEO Freedom Forum
- John Quinn Deputy Chairman Freedom Forum
- Carl Rowan Columnist North American Syndicate
- John Seigenthaler Sr. Founder Freedom Forum->First Amendment Center
- Reginald Stuart President Society of Professional Journalists
- Sanford Ungar Dean American University->School of Communication
- Sander Vanocur Chief Correspondent (Former) ABC News
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