Is There Too Much Government Secrecy or Not Enough?

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A survey shows that increasing numbers of Americans think the federal government has become cloaked in secrecy. Last week, the House passed four so-called "sunshine" laws, two of which President Bush has threatened to veto. Does secrecy destroy confidence in represented government? In times of war, is it best to err "on the side of caution?"  Plus, the Senate votes to rescind the president's unilateral power to replace federal prosecutors and, on Reporter's Notebook, the UN and Iraq's humanitarian crisis.