Janny Scott

author and New York Times journalist

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The Pentagon Papers are thousands of classified government documents proving the Johnson administration expanded military action in Vietnam and Southeast Asia, lied to Congress and the…

How Pentagon Papers were obtained by New York Times reporter. It involved cash and secret trips to Xerox shop

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