The Nutmeg State was wrong to join this Compact, designed to ensure that the presidential candidate who wins the national popular vote also wins in the Electoral College.
Professor and former Dean David Rudenstine was interviewed on C-SPAN's Washington Journal. He focused on the significance, then and now, of The Pentagon Papers, the controversial decision to publish them on the front page of The New York Times and the Supreme Court's role in allowing the press to go ahead with publication.
Professor Rudenstine is the author of "The Day the Presses Stopped: A History of the Pentagon Papers Case."
See the complete interview here.