What right does the public have to know about national security issues? Former CIA director and secretary of defense James Schlesinger, former attorney general Griffin Bell and others debate the issue.
National Security and Press Freedom: Overview (4:05); Does the Public Have a Right to Know? (3:40); Media and the Frequency of Leaks (11:38); First Amendment and Legal Liability (7:50); Verifying Information, Protecting Sources (7:53); Deciding to Publish, Prior Restraint (13:51); Should Journalists Risk Imprisonment? (3:30); Near v. Minnesota Explained (2:35); Credits: National Security and Freedom of the Press (1:36)
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