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Season 2008 Episode 1020

Ann Wright: Voices of Conscience

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Ann Wright talks about Dissent: Voices of Conscience. During the run-up to the Iraq War, Wright was deputy ambassador to a Central Asian Republic, culminating 29 years of military service.But for the first time she was unable to uphold a US policy. She saw clearly that the invasion would aid terrorism and make us less secure; and as an act of conscience, she submitted her resignation.This is her story and the story of 24 others who stood up to the government - Book Passagemoreless
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