Scott Horton Interviews Stephan Salisbury

Scott Horton, October 25, 2010

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Stephan Salisbury, author of Mohamed’s Ghosts: An American Story of Love and Fear in the Homeland, discusses the double life of famed civil rights movement photographer and FBI informant Ernest C. Withers, journalists who gave up on scrutinizing governmental abuses to act as official stenographers and apologists, how zealous FBI informants create more terrorist plots than they uncover, the vast scale of NSA information gathering and the crackdown on political activism since the run up to the Iraq war.

MP3 here. (34:23)

Stephan Salisbury is cultural writer for the Philadelphia Inquirer. His most recent book is Mohamed’s Ghosts: An American Story of Love and Fear in the Homeland.

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  2. In the U.S. last year, more people were killed by dogs (25) than by terrorists. Leading me to suggest that terrorists replace dogs as man's best friend.

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