by Bruce W. Dearstyne
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SOURCE: National Security Archive
Finally, we can see the long-hidden records of the U.S. government prosecution of the Chicago Tribune during WW2
This article draws on grand jury records that had been sealed for decades until historian Elliot Carlson, joined by the Reporters Committee on Freedom of the Press, the National Security Archive, and other historians’ organizations, filed a lawsuit for their release.
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