Luke Mitchell

Senior Editor, Harper’s magazine

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Senior editor of Harper’s magazine

Luke Mitchell on KCRW

Waterboarding was stopped before the end of the Bush Administration.

Human Rights, the Law and the Ongoing Threat of Terror

Waterboarding was stopped before the end of the Bush Administration.

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Waterboarding was stopped before the end of the Bush Administration. Humane treatment of prisoners was required by an act of Congress.

Human Rights, the Law and the Ongoing Threat of Terror

Waterboarding was stopped before the end of the Bush Administration. Humane treatment of prisoners was required by an act of Congress.

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