Presidential Privacy

Saturday, March 02, 2002

When President Bush signed an executive order to keep a substantial portion of Reagan’s archives confidential, opponents got angry…and then got organized. Last week, historians and archivists convened in New York City to discuss whether presidential conversations are a private matter or a part of the public record. OTM’s Producer-At-Large Mike Pesca was in attendance.

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