A Student of History

November 13, 2007

Still Stalinists After All These Years

Filed under: The world today — John Maass @ 7:59 am


Almost three years after the Clinton Presidential library’s opening and nearly two years after the administration’s archives became subject to federal open-records laws, only a small fraction of the archives has been opened to the public.  Virtually all of the 3 million pages of documents that detail the internal workings of the health-care task force that Hillary Clinton headed remain stored away in boxes.  Documents that might shed light on the first lady’s role in scandals such as the White House travel office firings, the fundraising scandals of the 1996 election and pardons received by people who made payments to her brothers Hugh and Tony Rodham remain closed.

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