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The National Security Agency tapped the phones of prominent Vietnam War opponents in the late 1960s and ’70s, including Muhammad Ali and Martin Luther King. Jr., newly declassified files reveal.
Some measure of privacy and secrecy for people is essential, especially when it comes to “effective activism,” the Salon blogger and former constitutional lawyer told an audience at the Socialism 2012 conference last week.
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