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Coming Up on Friday: Seymour Hersh on “Iran and the Bomb”

Upcoming ShowsJune 02, 2011
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Tune in Friday for an extensive interview with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Seymour Hersh about his new article “Iran and the Bomb.” Hersh writes: “There is a large body of evidence including some of America’s most highly classified intelligence assessments, suggesting that the United States could be in danger of repeating a mistake similar to the one made with Saddam Hussein’s Iraq eight years ago–allowing anxieties about the policies of a tyrannical regime to distort our estimations of the state’s military capacities and intentions.”

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