It's democracy vs. secrecy

Anonymous Patron writes "The History News Service (There's a History News Service?) reports on Inauguration Day, the classified papers of former President George H.W. Bush became eligible for release -- as the law specifies, 12 years after he left office. They touch on the Weinstein nomination as part of a larger battle over White House secrecy. The author says Weinstein personifies many of the problems of secrecy in Washington today. His record on access to documents is bad."

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