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Which of the following people took part in the theft that led to the Pentagon Papers? A. Daniel Ellsberg B. Howard Morland C. John A. Griffen D. Richard Nixon
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User: Which of the following people took part in the theft that led to the Pentagon Papers? A. Daniel Ellsberg B. Howard Morland C. John A. Griffen D. Richard Nixon

Weegy: Daniel Ellsberg took part in the theft that led to the Pentagon Papers.



User: A newspaper prints an article stating that the mayor is secretly the head of an underground gambling ring. Which legal claim does the mayor have against the newspaper? A. actual malice B. denigration C. libel D. slander

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