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The Most Dangerous Man in America Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers

Camouflaging the Vietnam War: How Textbooks Continue to Keep the Pentagon Papers a Secret

Bill Bigelow | Posted 08.21.2013 | Politics
Bill Bigelow

Corporate textbook writers seem to work from the same list of must-include events and individuals. Thus, all the new U.S. history textbooks on my shelf mention the Pentagon Papers. But none grapples with the actual import of the Pentagon Papers.

Daniel Ellsberg: Why Was It Kept Secret?

cnn.com | Posted 08.11.2011 | Politics

In the 1960s, Ellsberg was a high-level Pentagon official, a former Marine commander who believed the American government was always on the right side...

Exclusive: Ellsberg Disagrees With WikiLeaks' Assange on Whether Clinton Should Resign

Brad Friedman | Posted 05.25.2011 | World
Brad Friedman

"I've come to respect Assange's judgment in a lot of these matters a lot more than I do the Pentagon spokespersons," Ellsberg said. "In this case, I don't agree with him."

WikiLeak Case Echoes Pentagon Papers

Coleen Rowley | Posted 05.25.2011 | Media
Coleen Rowley

It's quite possible that the future of accountable government is teetering on the brink with the arrest of the 22-year-old Army intelligence specialist and the fugitive manhunt for the WikiLeaks founder.

Your Weekend By Flavorpill: Nerd Nite, Kronos Quartet & The Most Dangerous Man In America

Posted 05.25.2011 | New York

Flavorpill NY brings you the best of art and culture this weekend: Nerd Nite Friday Mar 12 (7-9pm) $10 Galapagos Art Space 16 Main St DUMBO, Brook...

ReThink Interview: Daniel Ellsberg -- the Most Dangerous Man in America Speaks, Part Two

Jonathan Kim | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Jonathan Kim

The second part of my interview with Daniel Ellsberg, the true American hero who leaked the Pentagon Papers in 1971.

ReThink Interview with Daniel Ellsberg: The Most Dangerous Man in America Speaks (Part One)

Jonathan Kim | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment
Jonathan Kim

I was enthralled by The Most Dangerous Man in America, and when I was told that Ellsberg would be in Los Angeles for a week in late September and would be available for an interview, I jumped at the chance.