THE PAST, PRESENT, AND UNCERTAIN FUTURE OF PRESIDENTIAL RECORDS

Nancy Cricco, Peter Wosh
2002 RBM A Journal of Rare Books Manuscripts and Cultural Heritage  
The following papers concerning the recent controversies over presidential records originally were prepared for a symposium held at New York University (NYU) on February 26, 2002. The Archivists Round Table of Metropolitan New York (ART) sponsored this program, which also received support from New York University's graduate program in Archival Management and Historical Editing. Several factors convinced both ART and NYU's archives program that this symposium was especially. Record‐keeping
more » ... ecord‐keeping concerns have generated extraordinary popular interest and provoked sharp public debate over the past two years. A series of national and local controversies, which may collectively become known as the Records . . .
doi:10.5860/rbm.3.2.208 fatcat:c2wc3tgxajhgzmsdaijoy43bjm