The Emergency State
David Unger spoke about his book The Emergency State, which examined the growth and persistence of U.S. national security agencies and services since World War II. Among the topics addressed were the hidden costs associated with national security policies, the ability of the system to confront emerging threats, and the impact of a perpetual state of emergency on the nation. He responded to questions from members of the audience. close
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Bradley Graham Co-Owner Politics and Prose Bookstore
David C. Unger Member New York Times->Editorial Board
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