Secrecy and the U.S. Security State – KPFA

Secrecy and the U.S. Security State

Secrecy is a fundamental aspect of the U.S. security state. According to Joseph Masco, the logics and dynamics of official secrecy do more than prevent the release of information; they also have profound effects on U.S. society. What Masco calls the security/threat matrix can be traced back to the effort to withhold information about the … Continue reading Secrecy and the U.S. Security State

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