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Louisiana State Univ.

Tuesday, February 21, 2006

New York Times--U. S. Agencies Reclassifying Thousands of Documents

The New York Times has spotlighted a program, put in place in 1999 by the Central Intelligence Agency and other, unnamed, agencies, to reclassify previously released documents. The program came to light when historian Matthew Aid noticed that documents he had previously copied at the National Archives were no longer available. Read more here.

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