Peace and War in the Heartland - Dan Ellsberg


"American Democracy in Dissent"
Great Conversations
Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Ted Mann Concert Hall, University of Minnesota
2128 - 4th Street South, Minneapolis

Tickets: $28.50 ($23.50 U of M faculty, staff, students, alumni)

Daniel Ellsberg, political activist who released the top secret "Pentagon Papers," discusses American Democracy in Dissent with U of M Political Science Professor Larry Jacobs.
Moderated by Mary Nichols, Dean, College of Continuing Education.
A book signing and dessert reception follows the conversation.

**Please note that the College of Continuing Education at the University of Minnesota is sponsoring this event as part of its series of Great Conversations.  Daniel Ellsberg was a trial witness for the Minnesota Eight.  PWH receives no income from this event. CCE covers the costs of the event, although PWH will be running the Video Diary Booth for participants.
“Great Conversations” is a collegial program and recommended by PWH.


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