Jay Daniel Thompson reviews 'The Passion of Bradley Manning: The story behind the Wikileaks whistleblower' by Chase Madar

Jay Daniel Thompson reviews 'The Passion of Bradley Manning: The story behind the Wikileaks whistleblower' by Chase Madar

The Passion of Bradley Manning: The Story Behind the Wikileaks Whistleblower

by Chase Madar

Verso, $19.99 pb, 181 pp, 9781781680698

Bradley Manning is famous for being the US soldier who supplied WikiLeaks with its ‘choicest material’. In The Passion of Bradley Manning, Chase Madar argues that Manning is a national hero who has been wrongfully punished for his actions.

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Published in May 2013, no. 351
Jay Daniel Thompson

Jay Daniel Thompson

Jay Daniel Thompson lectures in the Media and Communications program at the University of Melbourne. For information on his research achievements, see his website: https://unimelb.academia.edu/JayDanielThompson

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