Patricia Marx Ellsberg
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Patricia Marx Ellsberg (born 1938) is Daniel Ellsberg’s second wife. She is daughter of toy magnate Louis Marx. She was a reporter for public radio and an opponent of the Vietnam War when she first dated Ellsberg, who was working at the Pentagon, in 1965. They married in August 1970. She is a social-change advocate in the peace and energy movements and speaks with her husband at anti-war and anti-nuclear events. A practicing Buddhist, she teaches and writes on the subject.
- List of Patricia Marx (Ellsberg) public radio segments for WNYC
- "Daniel and Patricia Marx Ellsberg - The Most Dangerous Man in America - POV - PBS". Public Broadcasting Service. http://www.pbs.org/pov/mostdangerousman/ellsbergs.php. Retrieved March 27, 2014.
- Wild Man: The Life and Times of Daniel Ellsberg - Tom Wells - Google Books. Google Books. https://books.google.com/books/about/Wild_Man.html?id=ml_ZepYWGdkC. Retrieved March 27, 2014.