President Barack Obama is releasing nearly 250,000 pages of records from the Reagan White House that have been kept private till this point. The move, directed by White House Counsel Greg Craig, comes after open-government advocates and academics had lobbied heavily for the documents to be made public during George W. Bush's administration.
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