The declassification engine : what history reveals about America's top secrets / Matthew Connelly.
"A captivating study of US state secrecy that examines how officials use it to hoard power and prevent meaningful public oversight. Secrecy may now be an integral policy for preserving the American way of life, but its true costs have gone unacknowledged. Using the latest techniques in data science, historian Matthew Connelly analyzes the millions of state documents both accessible to the public and still under review to unearth not only what the government does not want us to know, but what it says about the very authority we bequeath to our leaders." -- Provided by publisher
- ISBN: 9781101871577
- Physical Description: xvii, 540 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
- Publisher: New York : Pantheon Books, 
- Copyright: ©2023
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