After three years fighting the government in court for the right to see them, the Washington Post this week is publishing the “Afghanistan Papers.” They are an 18-year trove of government documents that provide unprecedented insight into the historic calamity of our nation’s longest armed entanglement.

The papers make clear, as the Post explains, that U.S. officials under three consecutive administrations lied to the country about progress in the war.

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