[sixties-l] The Pentagon Papers: Secrets, Lies, and Audiotapes

From: radman (resist@best.com)
Date: Fri Jun 29 2001 - 15:04:47 EDT

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    The Pentagon Papers: Secrets, Lies, and Audiotapes -- NSA [RealPlayer,

    This new electronic briefing book by the National Security Archive offers,
    for the first time together, an amazing collection of material related to
    the Pentagon Papers, "arguably the most important Supreme Court case ever on
    freedom of the press." These include audio and transcripts of Nixon's first
    recorded conversations on June 13, 14, and 15 after publication of the
    Pentagon Papers began; the Supreme Court's decision(s) from June 30, 1971;
    briefs for the government, the _New York Times_, and the _Washington Post_;
    and audio and transcripts of the oral arguments. In addition, the briefing
    book also offers short excerpts from the memoirs of Nixon, Kissinger, and
    Haldeman. This is a terrific resource, useful to researchers, teachers, and

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