WikiLeaks documents aren’t ‘the Pentagon Papers of our time’

ProPublica | Romenesko Letters
“There are many reasons for the differences between these two troves of documents,” writes Richard Tofel, “but perhaps the most important is that today’s documents provide a ‘ground level’ view of the war, while the Pentagon Papers offered a classic ‘top-down’ perspective.” || Craig Pyes: “A tempest in a teapot.” || More from Walter Pincus and Ashby Jones.

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