David Becker

Director of the Democracy Campaign at the People for the American Way

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Former trial attorney in the Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division; Director of the Democracy Campaign at the liberal People for the American Way

David Becker on KCRW

Last year, the Boston Globe
reported that former Attorney General  John Ashcroft  changed the process for
hiring new attorneys for the Department of Justice's  Civil Rights Division…

Partisan Politics and the Administration of Justice

Last year, the Boston Globe reported that former Attorney General John Ashcroft changed the process for hiring new attorneys for the Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division…

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