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How does Daniel Ellsberg’s background contrast with the later action he took in leaking the Pentagon Papers to the New York Times? What did he see and learn while working as an analyst for the Pentagon and being physically on the ground in Vietnam that changed his mind about the war?

2

What choices did President Johnson face about the Vietnam War? How did the war and the decisions he make impact him on a personal level? How did the public view him and his administration versus the reality that Ellsberg observed?

3

Describe Robert McNamara’s role in the war. What was the evolution of his view of the war and how did it impact him? Why was he made President of the World Bank?

4

What was the Gulf of Tonkin incident and what impact did it have on U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War?

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