By Linda Stein, MainLineMediaNews.com
Edward Snowden and Chelsea (formerly Bradley) Manning walked in the footsteps of Daniel Ellsberg, the famed whistleblower who revealed government secrets in the Pentagon Papers, which he released first to the Senate foreign committee in 1969, the New York Times, the Washington Post and other papers in 1971. Those 7,000-pages rocked the U.S. by revealing top secret American foreign policy about the Vietnam War and the decades prior to it, when the U.S aided the French in Vietnam. Read the MainLineMediaNews.com article>
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