Table of contents for Government secrecy : classic and contemporary readings / edited by Susan L. Maret and Jan Goldman.

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Contents
Acknowledgments
Foreword by Steven Aftergood
Introduction by Susan L. Maret
Chapter 1: Perspectives on Secrecy
Introduction
Lisa Blank
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Letter to Edward Carrington (1787)
Thomas Jefferson
The Sociology of Secret and of Secret Societies (1906)
Georg Simmel
Bureaucracy: Characteristics
The Power Position of Bureaucracy (1920)
Max Weber
Publicity, Privacy and Secrecy: their Equilibrium and its Disruption (1956)
Edward Shils
Two Schools for Secrecy: Defining Secrecy from theWorks of Max Weber, Georg Simmel, 
Edward Shils, and Sissela Bok (2008)
Lisa Blank
Administrative Secrecy: A Congressional Dilemma (1960)
Francis E. Rourke
Nature and Function of Secrecy and Propaganda (1972)
Carl J. Friedrich
Overview (1997)
Commission on Protecting and Reducing Government Secrecy
Chapter 2: A Short History of Government Secrecy
Introduction
Susan L. Maret
The Framing of the Constitution (1981)
Daniel N. Hoffman
Building Our Own 'Iron Curtain': The Emergence of Secrecy in American Government 
(2005)
Timothy L. Ericson
The Experience of the First World War (1997) Loyalty
The Encounter with Communism
The Experience of the Second World War
The Experience of The Bomb
The Cold War
Commission on Protecting and Reducing Government Secrecy
Ending the Cold War at Home (1990-91)
Martin Halperin and Jeanne M. Woods
Government Secrecy: Policy Depths and Dimensions (2003)
Harold Relyea
The Problem of Secrecy and the Solution of the JFK Act (1998)
Assassination Records Review Board
Presidential Papers in Crisis Some Thoughts on Lies, Secrets, and Silence (1996)
Blanche Wiesen Cook
Secrecy, Archives and the Public Interest (1977)
Howard Zinn
Chapter 3: Secrecy as Regulation
Introduction
Susan L. Maret
Secrecy as Regulation (1997)
Commission on Protecting and Reducing Government Secrecy
Secrecy and Knowledge Production (1999)
Steven Aftergood
Secret Sessions of Congress: A Brief Historical Overview (2007)
Mildred Amer
The Dysfunctions of Military Secrecy (1963)
Lewis Coser
The Early Years of the Freedom of Information Act 1955-1974
Sam Archibald
Science and the National Security State (1993)
Herbert N. Foerstel
The H-bomb Secret: To Know is to Ask Why (1979)
Howard Morland
Secrecy and International Relations (1995)
David N. Gibbs
In Camera Review of Classified Environmental Impact Statements: A Threatened 
Opportunity? (1996)
William R. Mendelsohn
Chapter 4: Organizational Aspects of Secrecy
Introduction
Susan L. Maret
Secrecy in American Bureaucracy (1957)
Francis E. Rourke
The CIA and Secrecy (1998)
James X. Dempsey
Dissent and the State: Unleashing the FBI, 1917-1985 (1990)
Athan G. Theoharis
Congressional Oversight of NSA: A Brief Review (2001)
Richard A. Best, Jr
The Securocrats' Revenge (1999)
Steven Aftergood and Tom Blanton
Structural Secrecy (1997)
Diane Vaughan
Chapter 5: Necessary Secrets: Alternative Views On The Need for Secrets and Secr Keeping
Introduction
Jan Goldman
Intelligence Secrecy and Security in a Free Society (1976)
William E. Colby
Rethinking Classification: Better Protection and Greater Openness (1997)
Commission on Protecting and Reducing Government Secrecy
Sharing Secrets With Lawmakers: Congress as a User of Intelligence (1998)
L. Britt Snider
Secret Intelligence, Covert Action, and Clandestine Diplomacy (2004)
Len Scott
Openness and the CIA (2000)
Warren F. Kimball
Democratic Secrecy (1999)
Dennis F. Thompson
Civil Liberties vs. Intelligence Collection: the Secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act 
Court Speaks in Public
Lee S. Strickland
Chapter 6: The Uncertain Future of Information: Secrecy Post-911
Introduction
Susan L. Maret
National Security and Open Government in the United States: Beyond the Balancing Test 
(2003)
Thomas Blanton
Attempts to Obtain Administration Memorandums (2004)
Senator Patrick Leahy
State Secrets and Executive Power (2005)
William G. Weaver and Robert M. Pallitto
Federal Secrecy Policy After September 11 and the Future of the Information Society (2006)
Peter Shane
Secrecy as Mystification of Power: Meaning and Ethics in the Security State (2006)
Paul Gowder
Executive Summary, Secrecy Report Card (2007)
OpentheGovernment.org.
On Liberty, the Right to Know, and Public Discourse: The Role of Transparency in Public 
Life (1999)
Joseph Stiglitz
Appendix A: Major Reviews of the Secrecy System
Appendix B: Laws that Restrict Public Access to Federal Records
Sources
Glossary
Further Reading
About the Contributors
Index
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Official secrets -- United States.
Government information -- United States.