Of the many persons frequently associated with the Pentagon Papers case decided by the U.S. Supreme Court 40 years ago, Robert McNamara, Daniel Ellsberg, Richard Nixon, John Mitchell, Katharine Graham, Ben Bradlee, Arthur Sulzberger, and Abe Rosenthal are among the most prominent.1 Each played an important part in this historic episode. At the same time, U.S. District Judge Murray I. Gurfein was also a dominant figure in this landmark case, but his role is all but forgotten, and shouldn’t be.
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