Chris Hedges

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, activist and author

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Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, activist, author and Presbyterian minister

Chris Hedges on KCRW

Robert Scheer sits down with journalist and author Chris Hedges to discuss Hedges' career and influences.

Chris Hedges: A voice against collective narcissism

Robert Scheer sits down with journalist and author Chris Hedges to discuss Hedges' career and influences.

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