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Resolved: The people’s right to know ought to be valued above the government’s need for secrecy (Bibliography)

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Resolved: The people’s right to know ought to be valued above the government’s need for secrecy (Bibliography)

Bibliography — General Openness Good/Yes Right to Know Secrecy and the right to know.  One of the original articles (1976) that argued for the right to know. ” The purpose of this paper is to begin weighing these considerations systematically. We begin with several premises: that reduced secrecy is vital to the healthy public debate of national policy; that Congress has, on the whole, an interest in making information public,