Anyone Remember This Cover?  It Freaked The Hell Out Of This Editor As A Young Boy in 1971.

Anyone Remember This Cover?  It Freaked The Hell Out Of This Editor As A Young Boy in 1971.



A Timely Anniversary: On This Day In 1971, The New York Times Begins Publishing The “Pentagon Papers”

It had never happened before in the long history of the Republic.  The Nixon Administration moved last week to stop of America’s most influential newspapers from publishing excerpts from a top-secret history of U.S. involvement in the war in Vietnam.  The parts of the study that saw print suggested that Lyndon Johnson and his war counselors had covertly planned to escalate the war long in advance and had deceived both Congress and the public about their intentions.

Newsweek  June 28, 1971