Seymour Hersh On Investigative Journalism and Ethics + Q&A

My Lai Memorial Site - Vietnam - Diorama of Massacre

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Dandelion Salad
Feb. 20, 2013

Seymour Hersh spoke about investigative journalism. In his remarks he talked about his experiences as a journalist, including writing about the My Lai massacre during the Vietnam War. Other topics included ethics and the use of anonymous sources, with questions on topic such as U.S. policy toward Iran, the use of drones, and recent national security policy.



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