Monday, October 4 2010
As The Most Dangerous Man in America recounts Ellsberg's trauma and recognition, it insists that his experience resonates for the rest of us.
Sunday, August 1 2010
The willingness of the American people to follow their leaders into a one-sided conflict with an unthreatening sovereign nation is just as apparent today as it was in the '60s.
Sunday, October 25 2009
The Most Dangerous Man in America traces Daniel Ellsberg's decision to release the Pentagon Papers, as it also raises questions concerning government and citizens' responsibilities and rights.
Sunday, July 18 2010
Daniel Ellsberg was the first insider to take his concerns outside. The results changed the course of the conversation, and a country.