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Glenn Greenwald was not a political man. Not
liberal, not conservative. Politicians were
all the same and it didnt matter which
party was in power. Extremists on both ends
canceled each other out, and the United
States would essentially remain forever
centrist. Or so he thought.
Then came September 11, 2001. Greenwalds disinterest in politics was replaced by patriotism, and he supported the war in Afghanistan. He also gave President Bush the benefit of the doubt over his decision to invade Iraq. But, as he saw Americans and others being disappeared, jailed and tortured, without charges or legal representation, he began to worry. And when he learned his ...
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