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Daniel Ellsberg: To Avoid Armageddon, Don’t Modernize Missiles—Eliminate Them

Land-based nuclear weapons are world-ending accident waiting to happen, and completely superfluous to a reliable deterrent

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Daniel Ellsberg: Milley, China and the Danger of Nuclear War

Gen. Milley’s call to China may have prevented a near catastrophe, as happened in 1983 when the Soviet Union believed Reagan had gone mad and planned a first strike

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Daniel Ellsberg: Milley, China and the Danger of Nuclear War

Gen. Milley’s call to China may have prevented a near catastrophe, as happened in 1983 when the Soviet Union believed Reagan had gone mad and planned a first strike

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Daniel Ellsberg: Pentagon Papers at 50

Daniel Ellsberg on Risking Life in Jail to Expose U.S. Lies About Vietnam War

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Daniel Ellsberg: Daniel Ellsberg at 90 – “It’s Still Possible to Save Humanity”

It will take a miracle to avoid catastrophic climate change and nuclear war, but it’s still possible we can create such a miracle

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Daniel Ellsberg: Donald Trump’s parting gift to the world? It may be war with Iran

I will always regret that I did not do more to stop war with Vietnam. Now, I am calling on whistleblowers to step up and expose Trump’s plans

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Daniel Ellsberg: Dear Fellow Progressives: Please Vote for Biden

The best hope of removing Trump from the White House is a landslide victory for Biden both in the swing states and in the nation as a whole

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Daniel Ellsberg: On the Assange Extradition and Growing Fascism

If Assange is found guilty of the charges the U.S. government has laid against him, it means that whistleblowing and the publishing of whistleblowers revelations is dead

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Daniel Ellsberg: U.S. Press Freedom Under Attack in WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange Extradition Case

“Now the American press is staring right down the barrel at the use of the Espionage Act against American journalists and publishers for doing journalism.”

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Daniel Ellsberg: The President is a Domestic Enemy of the Constitution

The president is a domestic enemy of the universal code of military justice, the heart of military law

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