Scholars: Presidential libraries keep top-shelf info out of reach

This article from the explains how "some of the great archives of American history, presidential libraries, are full of obstacles...that keep (people) from getting the full picture."

However, the argument against this is that it is not intentional. "But it would be wrong to interpret all this as signs of a secretive government, National Archives spokeswoman Susan Cooper said."


Is it too much to ask that editors read this site?

Gosh, no it certainly isn't. Mea culpa! I wish there were a better way to make sure that duplicates weren't posted. I will have to step-up my diligence. Again, apologies and glad someone is reading the site! ;-) Thanks for making the comment and bringing it to my attention.

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