Mayer Reveals 'Dark Side' Of War On Terror The New Yorker staff writer Jane Mayer discusses The Dark Side, her nonfiction account of the Bush administration's anti-terror policies. Mayer has been nominated for a 2008 National Book Award for the work.
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Mayer Reveals 'Dark Side' Of War On Terror

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Mayer Reveals 'Dark Side' Of War On Terror

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The New Yorker staff writer Jane Mayer discusses The Dark Side, her nonfiction account of the Bush administration's anti-terror policies. Mayer has been nominated for a 2008 National Book Award for the work.

This interview was originally broadcast on July 15, 2008.

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In The Dark Side, Mayer writes that waterboarding was only one of the many dubious interrogation techniques used on detainees.

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