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Aftergood receives James Madison Award from ALA

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Steven Aftergood, director of the FAS Project on Government Secrecy, will be presented with the James Madison Award by the American Library Association for his work on secrecy. The Award which is “presented annually on the anniversary of Madison’s birth (March 16) to honor those who have championed, protected, and promoted public access to government information and the public’s right to know.” US News & World Report has an excellant interview with Aftergood entitled, “Secrecy Under Scrutiny” By David E. Kaplan.

Congratulations Steven!

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