Media Roots Radio: Spying, Fear & Self-Censorship, Building Up Your Community

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This discussion covers U.S. imperialism: wars, costs, media and government propaganda; the culture of fear, self-censorship and the erosion of privacy in the US; information as power and how communication is an important tool to strengthen and build communities.

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