SOURCE: NY Times
by Joanne Freeman
Naming the alleged whistle-blower is much worse than tearing up a speech.
by Julia Brown
From Snowden to Deep Throat, whistleblowers have continually altered the course of American history and policy.
SOURCE: The Conversation
by Jennifer M. Pacella
In many instances, whistleblowers find the abusive power they have revealed turned against them, both ending their careers and harming their personal lives.
by Christopher Klein
The Founding Fathers passed the country’s first whistleblower protection law just seven months after signing the Declaration of Independence. The government even footed the legal bills.
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