This week on CounterSpin: Is the future of the open Internet in danger? We’ll talk to Craig Aaron of Free Press about what the FCC might be doing on Net Neutrality—and what the public can do to stop it.

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Also this week: The Afghanistan War has a hidden history, well known to Afghans, but obscure to US media consumers. Without it, it’s hard to understand why, when US foes vanished from the battle-field in 2002, the war continued,  becoming America’s longest. In his new book, No Good Men Among the Living; America, the Taliban, and the War Through Afghan Eyes, journalist Anand Gopal looks at that hidden history–he’ll join us to talk about it.

LINKS:

Free Press

Anand

http://www.fair.org/audio/counterspin/CounterSpin050214.mp3Gopal

 

ON Counterspin | May 6, 2014 | 6:30pm

Craig Aaron on Net Neutrality, Anand Gopal on Afghan War

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This week on CounterSpin: Is the future of the open Internet in danger? We’ll talk to Craig Aaron of Free Press about what the FCC might be doing on Net Neutrality—and what the public can do to stop it.

GopalCover3D

Also this week: The Afghanistan War has a hidden history, well known to Afghans, but obscure to US media consumers. Without it, it’s hard to understand why, when US foes vanished from the battle-field in 2002, the war continued,  becoming America’s longest. In his new book, No Good Men Among the Living; America, the Taliban, and the War Through Afghan Eyes, journalist Anand Gopal looks at that hidden history–he’ll join us to talk about it.

LINKS:

Free Press

Anand

http://www.fair.org/audio/counterspin/CounterSpin050214.mp3Gopal

 

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