Most Dangerous OverviewWhat motivated Daniel Ellsberg, a former Marine lieutenant and Pentagon analyst, to leak a top secret government study of Vietnam to the New York Times? The report provided a detailed the history of the Indochinese nation with particular focus on the wars that had been waged in the country over the years – including the then-current role of the U.S. military in the 1960s during the Johnson Administration. President Nixon’s national security advisor Henry Kissinger referred to Ellsberg as the most dangerous man in America. Was Ellsberg the danger that Kissinger described, or was he a patriot?
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