The Day the Presses Stopped : a History of the Pentagon Papers Case
This bold account provides an original perspective on one of the most significant legal struggles in American history: the Nixon administration's efforts to prohibit the New York Times and the Washington Post from publishing the 7,000-page, top-secret Pentagon Papers, which traced U.S. involvement in Vietnam. In his gripping account of this highly charged case, Rudenstine examines new evidence, raises difficult questions, and challenges conventional views of a historic moment.
University of California Press
Rudenstine, David, "The Day the Presses Stopped : a History of the Pentagon Papers Case" (1996). Books. 75.