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Whistleblowing has a long and unique history in the United States. And, as the author of the new book says, it’s also crucial to our democracy.
As President Trump seeks to discredit the individual who has put the impeachment proceedings into motion, Diane speaks with author and political scientist Allison Stanger about this moment in history, and the rules surrounding whistleblowing.
Stanger’s new books is “Whistleblowers: Honesty in America From Washington to Trump.”
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