Ellsberg: Pentagon Papers-WikiLeaks documents parallels 'very strong'

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"This is the largest unauthorized disclosure since the Pentagon Papers," notes Daniel Ellsberg. The reporters who interviewed him -- Paul Farhi and Ellen Nakashima -- write that "superficially, the two episodes do seem related. In substance, however, the case may be weaker." || Richard Cohen: The news from WikiLeaks isn't news at all.
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