Come join us for a discussion on the New York Times Bestseller, The Last Honest Man: The CIA, the FBI, the Mafia, and the Kennedys―and One Senator's Fight to Save Democracy, written by Pulitzer Prize–winning reporter James Risen.
"For decades … the CIA's operations faced only glancing scrutiny from the White House, and virtually none from Congress," Risen writes. "True oversight would have to wait until 1975 and the arrival on the national stage of a senator from Idaho, Frank Church."
Why is this Important for Arizona?
The Last Honest Man delves into the critical issue of national security, government accountability, and abuse of power. By understanding these historical events, one can gain insights into the broader context of America's national security state and the importance of holding its government accountable for its actions.