The Pentagon Papers: The Secret History of the Vietnam War
Publisher: Brilliance Audio
Date: January 2018
Duration: 37 hours 5 minutes
The Pentagon Papers is a series of articles, documents, and studies published by The New York Times that revealed the true depth of US involvement in the Vietnam War for more than two decades starting in 1945, bringing to light startling conclusions about America's role in that conflict. It won both a Pulitzer Prize and a ground-breaking Supreme Court decision.
With a foreword by James L. Greenfield, who coordinated the team that reported the series, this edition is sure to provoke discussion about freedom of the press and government deception, and shed light on issues that are still relevant now, more than four decades later.