Barton Gellman on Edward Snowden and the American Surveillance State
Date: September 17, 2020
Three-time Pulitzer Prize winner Barton Gellman discusses his new book "Dark Mirror," a gripping account of receiving and publishing information from Edward Snowden on the post 9/11 secret surveillance state. Why did Snowden leak to Gellman? Could Snowden be trusted? Did the government try to stop publication? James McLaughlin, who worked alongside Gellman as the Washington Post’s in-house lawyer, provides legal perspectives and insights.
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