Recently named National Public Radio’s newest senior analyst, Ted Koppel convenes a Town Meeting at National War College at Fort McNair in Washington, D.C., for the Discovery Channel and NPR. In "The Price of Security," Koppel asks how the United States can effectively protect the homeland, while at the same time protecting the privacy and civil liberties of Americans
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