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Aaron Good teaches at a Quaker high school in Pennsylvania. He invited Daniel Ellsberg to speak to his class via Zoom, and also secretly invited
several of Ellsberg's fellow authors or whistleblowers, making the event a surprise tribute to Ellsberg, and a panel discussion of both historic and
recent events in the peace movement.
 
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Daniel Ellsberg is best-known as the whistleblower who leaked the “Pentagon Papers” to the press, but has also written on the threat posed by nuclear weapons,
and on other issues of war and peace.  Peter Kuznick is Professor of History at American University in Washington, DC, and co-author of
“The Untold History of the United States.” 
Katherine Gun is a British whistleblower who exposed U-S efforts to browbeat other nations into supporting George W. Bush's 2003 invasion of Iraq. 
Peter Dale Scott is a retired professor, a former Canadian diplomat, and a prolific author on the 'deep state.'  James Galbraith is Professor of Government
at the University of Texas, and a son of the late author John Kenneth Galbraith.  Aaron Good teaches at a Quaker high school in Pennsylvania,
holds a doctorate from Temple University, and is a frequent contributor to Project Censored.
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