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Prof. Ward Churchill (born 1947) is an academic, author and political activist. Among his most noted works are the books AGENTS OF REPRESSION (1988), co-authored by Jim Vander Wall, which describes a secret FBI war against the Black Panther Party and American Indian Movement during the 60s and '70s under the COINTELPRO program, and THE COINTELPRO PAPERS (1990), which examines a series of original FBI memos detailing the Bureau's activities against various leftist groups, from the U.S. Communist Party in the 1950s to activists concerned with Central American issues in the 1980s. Don DeBar of Community Public Radio did this telephone interview with Professor Churchill at his home in Colorado February 7, 2018.:

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