Spying on Democracy
Heidi Boghosian talked about her book, Spying on Democracy: Government Surveillance, Corporate Power and Public Resistance, in which she discusses the increasing surveillance of American citizens by the government and the dangers posed by this development. During this event hosted by Berkeley Arts and Letters, Ms. Boghosian spoke with Robert Scheer. close
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Heidi Boghosian Executive Director National Lawyers Guild
Robert Scheer Editor-in-Chief Truthdig
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