The American Bear


[Keller] concludes his column with this: ‘The most palpable legacy of the WikiLeaks campaign for transparency is that the U.S. government is more secretive than ever.’ Wrong. The real legacy is that hundreds of millions of citizens in dozens of countries, including our own, know a good deal more about bad (and in some cases good) deeds carried out by their own governments, including torture, corruption, and killing of civilians in war. Greg Mitchell | Bill Keller With New Blast at Julian Assange