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10.06.2013

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What Should Be Up for Public Debate When It Comes to Secret Surveillance? MP3

Did Edward Snowden give Americans vital information about how they're being watched or did he put national security at risk? Gwen Ifill moderates a debate on the public and political oversight of U.S. intelligence with former Democratic congresswoman Jane Harman and James Bamford, author of "The Shadow Factory." Source: pbs.org

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