Access to Presidential Records
Historians talked about historical research of American presidents, public records and presidential papers, and the number and availability… read more
Historians talked about historical research of American presidents, public records and presidential papers, and the number and availability of documents. They also talked about efforts by the current Bush administration and recent presidents to control the release and availability of their documents. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Leonard Lopate Talk Show Host New York Public Radio ->Leonard Lopate Show
- Richard Reeves Columnist United Press International
- Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr. Professor Emeritus City University of New York->History
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