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The Pentagon Papers, leaked by Daniel Ellsberg to the New York Times and Washington Post, were Robert MacNamara's 1967 effort to summarize the progress of the war. While the volumes made public by Alaska Senator Mike Gravel in 1971 after the Nixon Administration attempted to stifle their publication are located at E183.8.V5 P42 in the General Collection, they are incomplete. The complete and unredacted papers were finally released by NARA in 2011 and can be found here:
The Pentagon Papers, Complete and Unredacted
Here is a 2004 analysis and review of the Pentagon Papers in the General Collection:
E183.8.V5 I575 2004 Inside The Pentagon Papers
Reporting Vietnam: American Journalism, 1959-1975 DS559.46.R46 2000
The Vietnam War: An Intimate History DS557.7.W368 2017
Fire In The Lake: The Vietnamese And The Americans In Vietnam DS557.A6 F53 1984
Everyman In Vietnam: A Soldier's Journey Into The Quagmire DS557.7.A435 2018
The Vietnamese War : Revolution And Social Change In The Mekong Delta, 1930-1975 DS559.92.D56 E44 2003
The Last Valley : Dien Bien Phu And The French Defeat In Vietnam DS553.3.D5 W55 2004
Abandoning Vietnam : How America Left And South Vietnam Lost Its War DS557.7.W55 2004
The Cold War Primary Sourcebook Series REF D 842.H48 2006
Historical Dictionary of the Kennedy-Johnson Era REF E 841.B85 2007
The Sixties in America (3 vol.) REF E 841.S55 1999