U.S. intelligence agencies are busily reclassifying thousands of documents at the National Archives New York Times reports today. Agency officials contend lots of documents were improperly released to the public after President Clinton issued an executive order in 1995 mandating declassification of historically valuable information that is at least 25 years old. In fact, they argue, they're not technically reclassifying the documents, just simply recalling those that were improperly declassified in the first place. Members of Congress have been
concerned for years about the pace of declassification efforts in the wake of Clinton's order.
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