FORA.tv Speaker - John Stauber

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Biography

John Stauber founded the non-profit Center for Media and Democracy and its quarterly newsmagazine PR Watch in 1993 and since has served as the Center's executive director. He is an investigative writer, public speaker and democracy advocate whose leadership on controversial public issues began in the 1960s growing up in a Republican family in Marshfield, Wisconsin, home town of President Nixon's Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird. In high school Stauber dedicated himself to an autodidactic education and organized to stop the U.S. war in Vietnam and for the first Earth Day. He has since begun or worked with many citizen advocacy and public interest groups.

1 Program

The Best War Ever

09.27.06 | 01:00:38 min | 3 comments