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About: *THIS IS A TEST PAGE ONLY! Glenn Greenwald is an American political journalist, lawyer, columnist, blogger, and author. In August 2012, he left Salon for a post at The Guardian,[1] for which he has contributed since June 2011.

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Career: *Greenwald worked as a constitutional and civil rights litigator before becoming a contributor (columnist and blogger) to, where he focused on political and legal topics. Greenwald left on August 20, 2012 for The Guardian, citing "the opportunity to reach a new audience, to further internationalize my readership, and to be re-invigorated by a different environment" as reasons for the move.

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Current Position/Role: Columnist

  • Also writes/has written for: The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, The American Conservative, The National Interest, In These Times

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Other activities: Constitutional and civil rights litigator


Viewpoints/Insight: *Greenwald is critical of actions that have the support of both Democrats and Republicans, writing: "the worst and most tyrannical government actions in Washington are equally supported on a fully bipartisan basis."

  • Resistant to applying ideological labels to himself, he emphasizes repeatedly that he is a strong advocate for U.S. constitutional "balance of powers and for constitutionally-protected civil and political rights in his writings and public appearances.
  • Throughout them he has relentlessly criticized the policies of the George W. Bush administration and those who support or enable it, arguing that most of the American "Corporate News Media" excuse Bush's policies and echo administration talking points rather than asking hard questions.
  • He also opposes capital punishment on the ground that it is "unjust."

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Awards/Honours:: In October 2010, he won the Online Journalism Award for Best Commentary, for his investigative article on the arrest of U.S. Army Private Bradley Manning as the alleged leaker to WikiLeaks. The same year, he was a Finalist for the National Magazine Awards category of "excellence in online reporting and commentary published as a blog".



Books & Debate
  • How Would a Patriot Act? - defending American values from a president run amok (2006) OCLC 69366025  ISBN: 9780977944002
  • A tragic legacy - how a good versus evil mentality destroyed the Bush presidency (2007) OCLC 271817606  ISBN: 9780307354280
  • Great American hypocrites - toppling the big myths of Republican politics (2008) OCLC 213080385  ISBN: 9780307408020

Latest work: With liberty and justice for some - how the law is used to destroy equality and protect the powerful (2011)OCLC 679929542 ISBN: 9780805092059

Speaking/Appearances: 2009/12/04Glenn Greenwald and Christopher Hitchens Debate Afghan Plan

Current debate:*link: title: Glenn Greenwald vs David Frum on Bin Laden & The War on Terror source:

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ArticleDate25 September 2012 + and 27 December 2011 +
ArticleSummaryNew research shows the terrorizing impact of drones in Pakistan, false statements from US officials, and how it increases the terror threat + and Because Barack Obama has adopted so many core Republican beliefs, the US opposition race is a shambles +
ArticleTitleNew Stanford/NYU study documents the civilian terror from Obama's drones + and Vote Obama – if you want a centrist Republican for US president +
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BooktitleHow Would a Patriot Act? - defending American values from a president run amok +, A tragic legacy - how a good versus evil mentality destroyed the Bush presidency + and Great American hypocrites - toppling the big myths of Republican politics +
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BooktitleLWWith liberty and justice for some - how the law is used to destroy equality and protect the powerful +
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