Sunday’s Guests (Nov. 18): The resignation of Gen. David Petraeus and the surveillance state, escalating violence in Israel and Gaza, a looming Black Friday strike at Walmart

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On Sunday’s Up w/ Chris Hayes, we’ll discuss the resignation of former CIA director Gen. David Petraeus, his legacy and the episode’s implications for the surveillance state. We’ll examine the escalation of violence between Israeli forces and Palestinian militants in Gaza. And Chris will sit down with workers at Walmart to talk with them about their efforts to launch a unified strike on Black Friday to protest their working conditions.

Joining Chris on Sunday at 8 AM ET:

Tom Ricks, author of “The Generals: American Military Command from World War II to Today” and senior fellow at the Center for a New American Security.

David Frum (@davidfrum), CNN Contributor.

Spencer Ackerman (@attackerman), Wired senior reporter.

Heather McGhee (@hmcghee), Demos vice president.

Tara McElvey, Newsweek/Daily Beast correspondent.

Julian Sanchez (@normative), Cato Institute research fellow.

Yousef Munayyer (@YousefMunayyer), executive director of Jerusalem Fund & the Palestine Center.

Noura Erakat (@4noura), adjunct professor at Georgetown University, legal advocacy coordinator at the Badil Resource Center for Palestinian Refugee & Residency Rights and a Freedman Teaching Fellow at Temple Law School.

Raymond Castillo, Warehouse Workers United member.

Greg Fletcher, Walmart retail worker.

Sunday's Guests (Nov. 18): The resignation of Gen. David Petraeus and the surveillance state, escalating violence in Israel and Gaza, a looming Black Friday strike at Walmart

Updated