Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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"History must be written imperfectly": closure and disclosure in British public records, 1838-2006 / David Vincent Opening government? The Freedom of Information Act and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office / Gill Bennett The Freedom of Information Act in practice: the historian's perspective / Andrew Flinn and Harriet Jones The Freedom of Information Act and Welsh devolution / Duncan Tanner and Mari Elin Wiliam The access to information shuffle: historical researchers versus the government in the Netherlands / Bob de Graaff Access to information: promise versus practice in the USA / Don B. Schewe Freedom of information and the American presidency: a researcher's perspective / Darby A. Morrisroe The problematic freedom of information principle: the Swedish experience / Kjell Östberg and Fredrik Eriksson Access to information and historical research: the Canadian experience / Larry Hannant Problems in obtaining and using official records for research in Irish and British history in the twenty-first century / Eunan O'Halpin Censorship, declassification and the history of end of empire in Central Africa / Philip Murphy Researching contemporary monetary history: the archival experiences of an economic historian / Michael J. Oliver Political and digital divides: the dual challenge for Central European archives / Miklos Lojko.