The War on Torture

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Pvt. Lynndie England and a prisoner at Abu GhraibPARK CITY, Utah--Near the start of this year's Sundance Film Festival, at a panel titled "Why Art Matters," veteran television producer Norman Lear answered the question this way: "The arts start the conversation. When the world is saved--and it really does require saving--the door will be opened through the arts and then the politicians. Then the policies will follow." 

Robert Redford, Doug Liman, and other filmmakers and artists unite to remind Americans about prisoner abuse

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