Is Senior Fellow at Hudson Institute and Resident Scholar at the Witherspoon Institute. He is the author, most recently, of "Necessary Secrets: National Security, the Media, and the Rule of Law," which questions whether the press should be prosecuted for revealing information that might endanger national defense. His essays on national security and modern history have appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, and Commentary, where he was Senior Editor from 1994-2008.
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Schoenfelds book Necessary Secrets raises the question of whether the press should ever be prosecuted for revealing information that might endanger national defense.
Schoenfelds testimony begins on page 50 of the PDF. This hearing also includes testimony from Geoffrey Stone, Abbe Lowell, Kenneth Wainstein, Stephen Vladeck, Thomas Blanton, and Ralph Nader.
A review of Schoenfelds Necessary Secrets, which Schmidt describes as an, insightful, historically rigorous, and pointed account of the tension between a free press and government secrecy.