Friday, June 14, 2013

GOVERNMENTAL SECRECY: Corruption's Ally, Earl Warren

A paper for current times: Earl Warren, 1974, A.B.A.J.(60)550-552) ( ) Abstract: "When secrecy surrounds government and the activities of public servants, corruption has a breeding place. Secrecy prevents the citizenry from inspecting its government through the media. The minimum amount of secrecy needed for the proper operation of government should be fixed by law, and no secrecy beyond that point should be countenanced" Earl Warren

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