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Most Dangerous - Part II: Secrets & Lies, Pages 190 - 214 Summary & Analysis

Steve Sheinkin
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Ellsberg and Patricia finally got married at her brother’s home in New York City on August 8, 1970. Ellsberg arranged a meeting with Kissinger to learn if he had read the McNamara study. He had heard of it but had not read it. Remarkably, Kissinger wasn’t sure there could be that much to learn from it. Ellsberg and Patricia settled into an apartment near MIT. They were both poised for a visit from the FBI. Senator Fulbright still hadn’t decided what to do with the papers. He gave a copy to Senator George McGovern a vocal opponent of the war but he couldn’t release it because he was running for president – releasing classified documents wouldn’t be a presidential move. Patricia read segments of the study and supported what Ellsberg was trying to do.

Kissinger came to...

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