Archives and the public good : accountability and records in modern society / edited by Richard J. Cox and David A. Wallace.

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Cox, Richard J., Wallace, David A., 1961-
Format: Book
Published: Westport, Conn. : Quorum Books, 2002.
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction / Richard J. Cox, David A. Wallace
  • Explanation
  • Archives on Trial: The Strange Case of the Martin Luther King, Jr., Papers / James M. O'Toole
  • "A Monumental Blunder": The Destruction of Records on Nazi War Criminals in Canada / Terry Cook
  • Information for Accountability Workshops: Their Role in Promoting Access to Information / Kimberly Barata, Piers Cain, Dawn Routledge, Justus Wamukoya
  • Secrecy
  • Implausible Deniability: The Politics of Documents in the Iran-Contra Affair and Its Investigations / David A. Wallace
  • The Failure of Federal Records Management: The IRS versus a Democratic Society / Shelley Davis
  • Lighting Up the Internet: The Brown and Williamson Collection / Robin L. Chandler, Susan Storch
  • Memory
  • The Tuskegee Syphilis Study and the Politics of Memory / Tywanna Whorley
  • Turning History into Justice: The National Archives and Records Administration and Holocaust-Era Assets, 1996-2001 / Greg Bradsher
  • "They Should Have Destroyed More": The Destruction of Public Records by the South African State in the Final Years of Apartheid, 1990-1994 / Verne Harris
  • Trying to Write "Comprehensive and Accurate" History of the Foreign Relations of the United States: An Archival Perspective / Anne Van Camp
  • Trust
  • What You Get Is Not What You See: Forgery and the Corruption of Recordkeeping Systems / David B. Gracy II
  • The Jamaican Financial Crisis: Accounting for the Collapse of Jamaica's Indigenous Commercial Banks / Victoria L. Lemieux.