Diane leads a discussion about the collection of stories which won the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for fiction.
A panel talks about President Bush’s executive order which gives presidents an indefinite amount of time to withhold their records from public view after they leave office.
- Todd Gaziano director of the Center for Judicial and Legal Studies for the Heritage Foundation
- Scott Nelson attorney at the Public Citizen Litigation Group
- Anna Nelson Distinguished Historian in Residence at American University.
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