In their essay "The End of Hypocrisy" (November/December 2013), Henry Farrell and Martha Finnemore argue that the biggest threat from leakers of classified information such as Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden is that "they undermine Washington's ability to act hypocritically and get away with it." According to Farrell and Finnemore, the more than 750,000 diplomatic cables and incident reports leaked by Manning and the highly classified material disclosed by Snowden have provided "documented confirmation . . . of what the United States is actually doing and why." Thus, the country will find itself "less able to deny the gaps between its actions and its words . . . and may ultimately be compelled to start practicing what it preaches."