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In this week’s New Yorker magazine contributor Seymour Hersh argues that conflicts between public and private defense interests inevitably overlap and sometimes conflict. A panel joins Diane to talk about how these conflicts arise and may shape military policy and the defense industry.
- John Donnelly editor, "Defense Week"
- Jeff Bialos attorney in private practice and former Deputy Undersecretary of Defense
- Seymour Hersh contributor, "The New Yorker" magazine
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