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Bay Area documentary makers Judith Ehrlich and Rick Goldsmith give us a thorough history lesson on Daniel Ellsberg, the Defense Dept. “war thinker” policy maker whose change of conscience in 1969 led to his liberating the so-called “Pentagon Papers.” The daylighting of that “secret history of the Vietnam war” changed the concept of government secrecy forever, and Ellsberg has been either castigated as a traitor or welcomed as a hero ever since, depending on your politics. Then-President Richard Nixon comes off as a power-mad paranoiac, but then we already knew that. Still has relevance today, sadly (92 min.).
Official Site: www.mostdangerousman.org
Director: Judith Ehrlich and Rick Goldsmith

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