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Hear Glenn Greenwald’s speech from the 2011 Bill of Rights Dinner
On Thursday, May 26th, 2011, award-winning Salon.com columnist and New York Times-bestselling author Glenn Greenwald gave a fiery address to attendees at the ACLU of Massachusetts annual Bill of Rights Dinner. He described how the Obama administration has aggressively defended—and at times expanded—the Bush White House’s attacks on civil liberties, expansion of government surveillance and secrecy, and executive power assertions in the "war on terror." He argues that this continuity between the two major political parties spells long-term trouble for the Bill of Rights in the United States, and suggests that the work of the ACLU is crucial to reestablishing the rule of law.
Listen to his remarks here (.mp3 audio file, 37 min, 17.1 MB)
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Video series: Questions for Glenn Greenwald
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Shot in six installments, Glenn Greenwald gave these video interviews to the ACLU of Massachusetts on a 2011 trip to Boston:
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Security vs. Liberty
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