The Constitution and the Press

In a democratic society, an inevitable tension persists between the need of the government to protect secrets in the name of national security, and the right of the press to print all but the most dangerous of those secrets, particularly when the claim of "secrecy" is used to cover up politically damaging government decisions. This CCLP initiative focuses on the government's relationship to the press and the citizenry's right to information.

Top Secret: The Battle For The Pentagon Papers

More information about Top Secret Play can be found under the "Projects" section of the site, by clicking here.