Daniel Ellsberg

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Daniel Ellsberg is an American activist and former United States military analyst.

Daniel Ellsberg on KCRW

The former military analyst talks about why he leaked the Pentagon Papers and why there aren’t more whistleblowers today.

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The former military analyst talks about why he leaked the Pentagon Papers and why there aren’t more whistleblowers today.

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