Presidential Secrecy and the Rule of Law

Democracy's Chief Executive

27-02-2023 • 56分

Holding presidents and their subordinates accountable to law means knowing what they are doing. Yet the constitutional law of executive privilege and the interplay of federal statutes like the Freedom of Information Act and the Presidential Records Act create a complex legal landscape on which to conduct the struggle for government transparency. Peter Shane and his co-host, political scientist and public policy scholar Mark J. Rozell, sort out the issues in an interview with law professors Heidi Kitrosser and Margaret Kwoka.

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