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The Dangerous Comfort of Secrecy

New York Times editorial (July12), The Dangerous Comfort of Secrecy, states that “The Bush administration is classifying the documents to be kept from public scrutiny at the rate of 125 a minute. The move toward greater secrecy has nearly doubled the number of documents annually hidden from public view – to well more than 15 million last year, nearly twice the number classified in 2001…” More…

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