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Harvard Law School Professor Charles Fried and his son Gregory Fried discuss their recently published book "Because It Is Wrong: Torture, Privacy and Presidential Power In The Age of Terror." They discussed the book yesterday evening in the Barker Center through a game of Twenty Questions with a panel of professors as the questioners.
Harvard Law School Professor Charles Fried and his son Gregory Fried discuss their recently published book "Because It Is Wrong: Torture, Privacy and Presidential Power In The Age of Terror." They discussed the book yesterday evening in the Barker Center through a game of Twenty Questions with a panel of professors as the questioners.

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