Podcast: Greenwich Reads Together Panel Discussion 2013

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On May 1st, a lively panel of experts discussed the topic "Indefinite Detention: How did it happen? Can it happen again?" as part of Greenwich Reads Together 2013. The panel examined both the historical context and potential for indefinite internment in America, as well as the current state of civil liberties in the USA. Moderated by Ernie Fleishman, former Superintendent of Schools. Panelists included: Caroll Bogert of Human Rights Watch; Kevin Buterbaugh, Ph.D., associate professor of international relations and international political economy at Southern Connecticut State University; and journalist Grant Ujifusa.

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