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FOIA How-to

A Condensed User Guide for FOIA Requests, by Nicole Johnson, UNREDACTED: The National Security Archive blog (February 3, 2011).

The National Security Archive has committed an entire section of its website, thirteen blog entries, and one 122-page manual, among other resources, to explain how users can effectively engage FOIA. My purpose in writing this blog is to provide you with a single reference for all FOIA inquiries. Ambitious, but possible through the invention of hyperlinks.

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