Reagan Library Finds Thousands of Additional Roberts Documents

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library said Tuesday that it had discovered thousands of previously undisclosed documents related to the work of Judge John G. Roberts Jr., adding a potential last-minute complication to the hearings on his nomination to the Supreme Court.
The National Archives said the Reagan library contained 55 million pages and had opened more than 51,000 pages of records relating to Judge Roberts.


Archive "Finds" papers? "Finds?" Well archives seem to receive tons more stuff than they have staff to organize and make it retreivable... Treasures are found all the time in archives and libraries that apparently nobody knew where there...what's the point of having something if you can't find it? And don't even know you have it?Tsk Tsk now the justice dept fellas who came and removed stuff about Roberts before will just have to come back for more...

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