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Daniel Ellsberg: Obama's National Security Agenda - A Critique

When: Saturday, April 10, 2010, 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Where: Cambridge Friends Meeting Center • 5 Longfellow Park • Cambridge

Daniel EllsbergDaniel Ellsberg, best known for his courageous effort to end the Vietnam War by making the Pentagon’s secret history of the War public, has long been a trenchant critic of U.S. foreign and military policies. Having served as a senior figure in the Kennedy and Johnson administrations and senior staff at RAND, he speaks with an insider’s knowledge and with the commitments of one of the country’s most dedicated nonviolent activists. He is the author of “Secrets” and most recently chapters of his “nuclear memoir” which appear on TruthDig.  

Ellsberg's battle against the Vietnam war is the subject of the Academy award nominated documentary film The Most Dangerous Man in America.   This must-see film will be screened in Worcester, Gloucester and Northampton later this month.

Reception - Fund-Raiser - $40 per person, 4pm
Followed Daniel Ellsberg’s Presentation:
“Obama’s National Security Agenda: A Critique” - Lecture/Fund Raiser, $10 per person- 5pm

RSVP: AFSC: 617-661-6130 ext. 119 
For more information write: JGerson@afsc.org

This event was rescheduled from February.

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