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History News Network | One Hundred Years to Open All the Presidentsí
Records?
Federal presidential libraries preserve, protect and make available the
records of Chief Executives from Herbert Hoover through George W. Bush.
Because of changes in the 1970s to the laws governing the libraries, the
records of the most recent presidents will not be fully available to the
public for a hundred years -- possibly longer. Without significant reform,
taxpayers will continue to support the newer librariesí legacy-burnishing
museum functions and public (often partisan) events while historians,
journalists, writers, students and the rest of the public are locked out of
the records.


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