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The work of Wikileaks and Private Bradley Manning is being compared to the Pentagon Papers case from 40 years ago. Daniel Ellsberg, who leaked the classified documents known as the Pentagon Papers, and James Goodale, the attorney who represented The New York Times in the case, explain the significance of the case today. Plus: the role of individuals when crisis and disaster strikes; molecular gastronomy with world-famous chef Ferran Adria; the many spheres of Harlem; and how language in the 400-year-old King James Bible influences our speech today.