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June 10, 2013 In an interview with CNN, Ellsberg, who leaked the Pentagon Papers, praised Edward Snowden, saying his leaks could spark a debate about government surveillance.
June 13, 2011 Also, though not much isn't already known about what's in the papers, Ellsberg says today's declassification of them is a timely reminder of the dangers of too much government secrecy.
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July 1, 1971: After getting the green light from the Supreme Court, The New York Times resumes publication of its series of articles based on the secret Pentagon Papers.
June 13, 2011 Though nearly all of what's in the famous papers has been known for decades, they were still classified. Now, experts say, reading them in full and in proper context will help us better understand how U.S. policy toward Vietnam evolved.
December 16, 2010 On the same day that President Obama and his advisors declared that the United States is "on track" in Afghanistan, hundreds of anti-war protesters gathered outside the White House to voice their dissent.
July 23, 2010 Famous leaker Daniel Ellsberg recalls the unique way Daniel Schorr leaked a story.
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