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Presidential Libraries and Museums and EO 13233

Presidential libraries have historical problem, Commentary By Benjamin Hufbauer, Chicago Tribune, March 3, 2008. Also available here from NewsBank (subscription required).

The problem with presidential libraries is that there is often tension between what presidents want — whitewashed memorials that attempt to enhance their reputations through propaganda — and what historians and the public want — accessible archives and good history museums.

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