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Published on Sep 1, 2009
Jack Goldsmith took on the White House. He reversed John Yoo's opinion's that blessed torture. But the President refused to back down and recently vetoed a bill proscribing waterboarding. Did he do enough? Hear Jack Goldsmith, formerly head of the Office of Legal Counsel and now a Professor at Harvard Law School, tell Jim Zirin of Sidley Austin LLP, of his nine eventful months in the Bush Justice Department in an exclusive interview on Digital Age. 5/4/08