Bush II administration secrecy

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In sharp contrast to the administration of his predecessor, the presidential administration of George W. Bush has been one of the most secretive ever – with recently-unclassified reports being hastily reclassified, scientific reports suppressed, and investigations hobbled or completely compromised (e.g. the 9/11 Commission Report).

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