Secrets : A Memoir of Vietnam and the Pentagon Papers
by Daniel Ellsberg
Editor: Penguin Books Ltd
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The true story of the leak on the Pentagon Papers, the event that inspired Steven Spielberg’s The Post Office movie In 1971, Daniel Ellsberg’s former Cold War hard-double made history by freeing the Pentagon Papers – 7,000 top-secret page of the U.S.- U.S. study decision making in Vietnam – The New York Times and the Washington PostThe document set in motion a chain of events that ended not only the Nixon presidency but the Vietnam WarIn this remarkable memoir, Ellsberg describes in spectacular detail the two years he spent in Vietnam as the US State Observer’s Department, and how he came to risk his career and freedom to expose illusions and disillusions, which in the form of three decades of US foreign policyThe story of a man and exploration of consciousness, Secrets is also a portrait of America at a perilous crossroads”Ellsberg] said well memory sticks in spirit and will be a powerful witness for future students of a war that the United States has never fought”The Washington Post “Ellsberg is skillful critic of the secret government is a valuable contribution to understanding our nation’s darkest hours” -Theodore Roszak, San Francisco Chronicle
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