The New York Times began publishing the Pentagon Papers on this day in 1971. This was a series of excerpts from the Defense Department’s classified history, documenting US involvement in Vietnam from the end of World War Two to 1968.
The administration won a court order preventing further publication after three articles had appeared but on 30 June the United States Supreme Court ruled that publication could resume.
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