Day 6 | Aug 23, 2013 | 9:34

Denver Nicks on Manning's real legacy

Throughout the Bradley Manning trial the question often posed is: traitor, or hero? This week, we're joined by biographer Denver Nicks to go beyond this question, and talk about Manning's real legacy.

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