Most dangerous is the award winning nonfiction account of an ordinary man who wielded the most dangerous weapon the truth in 1964 daniel ellsburg was a us government analyst helping to plan a war in vietnam it was the height of the cold war and the government would do anything to stop the spread of communism with or without the consent of the american people. Daniel ellsbergs is a long time washington insider who leaked the pentagon papers that exposed the pattern of lies behind the vietnam war ellsbergs story can seem on dull on the surface he is a workaholic academic and a politic analyst who shows his passion and patriotism though writing government reports. A clear carefully researched overview of the vietnam war daniel ellsbergs protest against it and the final days of the nixon presidency it offers opportunities for discussion of the merits of the first amendment government transparency and the need for whistle blowers in times of crisis. Learn more about the life of daniel ellsberg his involvement with the vietnam war and the publication of the pentagon papers the most dangerous man in america the history place the vietnam war the white house richard m nixon share this film information. Most dangerous daniel ellsberg and the secret history of the vietnam war audiobook of a 7000 page collection of documents containing a secret history of the vietnam war known as the
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