Ellsberg on dissent Daniel Ellsberg risked his career and jail time when he copied the Pentagon Papers, classified documents on the Vietnam War, in hopes of leaking them to members of Congress or the newspapers. He says but few people today are willing to stand up to their government.9:06 a.m.
Daniel Ellsberg: Former analyst for the RAND Corporation, who leaked secret documents describing the conduct of the Vietnam War to The New York Times in 1971.
Is stagflation around the corner? A recent survey indicates that many economists believe U.S. economic growth will continue to slow, while inflation will rise during the first half of 2008, a combination that poses a dilemma for Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke.10:06 a.m.
Chris Farrell: Minnesota Public Radio's chief economics correspondent.