Eric Lichtblau and the Bush Administration’s attempt to reconstruct American Justice

    On December 16, 2005, The New York Times published a Pulitzer-prize winning front-page story uncovering the Bush administration’s secret wire-tapping program. The reporter, Eric Lichtblau, along with James Risen, went on to cover stories that question the overreaching of presidential powers and the balance between security and the civil rights of Americans. ERIC LICHTBLAU’s new book is “Bush’s Law: The Remaking of American Justice,” and he joins us in the studio to talk about it.
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