Snowden in the Labyrinth

Snowden in the Labyrinth
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Edward Snowden might seem forever defined by a single actâ?"his decision to leak highly classified information copied from the NSAâ?"and a single moment in time. Having gazed through the windows of the panopticon, he experienced that rarity, a moment of vision: The world must be told these things I know. Against absurd odds, he delivered his knowledge to us. Now, in Permanent Record, he proposes to explain to you, by first explaining to himself, how he became (both how he was formed, and why he chose to become) the person playing this watershed walk-on part on the recent historical stage.

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