"The Pentagon Papers case affirms fundamental values & principles. Truth matters— facts matter. The role of the press in the American governing scheme is to serve the "governed" và not the "governors." The protection of a "cantankerous press, an obstinate press, a ubiquitous press" is essential lớn a vibrant và svào American democracy. That is the profound và enduring meaning of the case," Cardozo Law Professor David Rudenstine writes.
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The Pentagon Papers Turn 50
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the Pentagon Papers ruling, one of the most important First Amendment court cases in United States history. In celebration of this legal milestone, First Amendment Watch has put together a special resource with historical information about the case & its contemporary relevance.
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Join First Amendment Watch on July 13th at 2 pm EST for a FAW Public Forum conversation with Ellen Nakashima a reporter for The Washington Post, Charlie Savage a reporter for The Thành Phố New York Times, and Gabe Rottman, director of the Technology and Press Freedom Project at the Reporter’s Committee for Freedom of the Press about media leak investigations.
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