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Pentagon papers: national security and prior restraint tom kiely for the first time in its history, sought to enjoin the new york times with prior restraint, which . David rudenstine the day the presses stopped: a history of the pentagon papers case berkeley: university of california press, 1996 x + 416 pp $3495. But i did expect to put the material on vietnam, the pentagon papers, a historical study, out first because that's where the bombs were falling at.
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The gripping story behind the 1971 leak of the infamous pentagon papers, which revealed a massive us government cover-up spanning four. According to david rudenstine, author of the day the presses stopped: a history of the pentagon papers case (university of california press, 1996), the idea. In the 1970s, he obtained the pentagon papers — a secret history of us strategy and involvement in vietnam — for the washington post from.
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