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Truth and Consequences: The U.S. vs. Bradley Manning Paperback – March 26, 2012
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About the Author
Greg Mitchell is the author of more than a dozen previous books, including "The Campaign of the Century" (winner of the Goldsmith Book Prize) and "So Wrong for So Long" (on Iraq and the media). He co-authored, with Robert Jay Lifton, "Hiroshima in America." His most recent books are "Atomic Cover-up," "Hollywood Bomb," and "Journeys With Beethoven." He is the former editor of Editor & Publisher magazine.
Kevin Gosztola has written for The Nation and OpEd News.com, among other sites, assisted Mitchell on his two earlier books on WikiLeaks and Manning, and now writes regularly for Firedoglake.com and its popular Dissenter section. This is his first book.
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Top Customer Reviews
The very beginning pages cite the Karen Silkwood case, whose death in the town that Manning was born in, thirteen years previous to Manning's birth, is used to frame the book's central question: "Crescent residents still argue about Silkwood today: hero or political malcontent?" By the end of the book, that Manning is a hero for our times is made clear. "Truth And Consequences: The U.S. vs. Bradley Manning" is an excellent and thoughtful account well worth reading.
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