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Day the presses stopped - a history of the pentagon papers case.

Day the presses stopped - a history of the pentagon papers case.

Author: David Rudenstine
Publisher: University Of California Press, 1998
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

An account that provides a perspective on one of the significant legal struggles in American history: the Nixon administration's efforts to prohibit "The New York Times" and "The Washington Post"  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Rudenstine
ISBN: 9780520213821 0520213823
OCLC Number: 1023215057
Description: 278 sidor ; 21.9 cm
Contents: Acknowledgments Introduction: A Reconsideration PART ONE THE PENTAGON PAPERS BECOME PUBLIC I. McNamara's Study 2. Daniel Ellsberg 3. The New York Times Publishes 4* Nixon's Turnabout 5. The Justice Department's Recommendation PART TWO THE NEW YORK TIMES CASE 6. The Times Is Restrained 7. On the Eve of the Times Trial 8. Inside the White House, Part I 9* The Washington Post Publishes 1O. The Friday Hearing: The Public Session 11. The Friday Hearing: The Closed Session 12. Gurfein's Decision PART THREE THE WASHINGTON POST CASE 13. The Post Is Restrained 14* On the Eve of the Post's Trial 15. Gesell's Decision PART FOUR THE COURTS OF APPEALS 16. The Second Circuit 17. The D.C. Circuit 18. Inside the White House, Part 2 PART FIVE THE SUPREME COURT 19. The Supreme Court Takes the Case 20. The Briefs 21. The Argument 22. The Decision PART SIX THE AFTERMATH 23. The Impact of the Disclosures 24. Criminal Investigations and Impeachable Offenses 25. The Supreme Court's Decision and Democracy Notes Selected Bibliography Interviews Index


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