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AmLit: Brian Hochman (Georgetown): "Judith Coplon's Telephone: Electronic Eavesdropping and the Origins of the American Surveillance State."
Tuesday, February 28, 2017 - 5:00pm to 7:00pm

FBH Grad Lounge


<This talk considers the early history of national security wiretapping in the U.S., focusing on a sensational espionage case (United States v. Judith Coplon) that exposed widespread government wiretap abuse in the early years of the Cold War. Email Mark Firmani at for more details.>