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The '''Plumbers unit''' were a group of outside contractors hired by [[John Dean]] and led by [[Gordon Liddy]] to "fix [[leak]]s" after the ''[[New York Times]]'' published the ''[[Pentagon Papers]]'', a secret [[DOD]] document detailing the [[John F. Kennedy|Kennedy]] and [[Lyndon Johnson|Johnson]] administration's mishandling of the [[Vietnam war]].
 
The '''Plumbers unit''' were a group of outside contractors hired by [[John Dean]] and led by [[Gordon Liddy]] to "fix [[leak]]s" after the ''[[New York Times]]'' published the ''[[Pentagon Papers]]'', a secret [[DOD]] document detailing the [[John F. Kennedy|Kennedy]] and [[Lyndon Johnson|Johnson]] administration's mishandling of the [[Vietnam war]].
  
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Latest revision as of 06:53, 8 August 2018

The Plumbers unit were a group of outside contractors hired by John Dean and led by Gordon Liddy to "fix leaks" after the New York Times published the Pentagon Papers, a secret DOD document detailing the Kennedy and Johnson administration's mishandling of the Vietnam war.