Official Secrets

Saturday, August 11, 2001

The media and the intelligence community are butting heads in Washington over a controversial measure that would give the government greater power to prosecute officials who disclose its secrets. Host Brooke Gladstone discusses the proposal and its impact with National Security Archive founder Scott Armstrong and former CIA General Counsel Jeff Smith, as well as a Washington reporter who is rumored to be the target of the anti-leak measure.

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