Meredith Fuchs

General Counsel of the National Security Archive

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General Counsel of the National Security Archive

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No President has done so much on the first day in office to make his administration "transparent.”

Obama’s “New Era of Openness”

No President has done so much on the first day in office to make his administration "transparent.”

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