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Daniel Ellsberg

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Its been 25 years since Daniel Ellsberg challenged the U.S. military and political establishment by leaking the Pentagon Papers, secret documents that revealed the military’s plans during the Vietnam War. In this anniversary year, Ellsberg is touring the country discussing the impact of his actions, as well as the issues he’s working on today, like the nuclear test ban, an issue he says is critical in the 1996 election year.

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