Taking it all in

Peggy Gniffke, left, of Tustin listens to audio and video of the Pentagon Papers case. Daniel Ellsberg's leak of papers prompted the Nixon White House to establish a secret group of operatives known as the Plumbers.
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Peggy Gniffke, left, of Tustin listens to audio and video of the Pentagon Papers case. Daniel Ellsberg's leak of papers prompted the Nixon White House to establish a secret group of operatives known as the Plumbers.
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