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The annals of modern history are replete with examples of how state agencies have constructed mechanisms to observe and document the subversive activities of internal parties or individuals as well as perceived foreign influences or threats. While the definition of “subversive” changes with...
To archivists and manuscript collectors and dealers, the term replevin describes governmental efforts to recover public records that are in the custody of a private party. Much of the existing writing on replevin and records focuses on the small number of court decisions regarding custody. More...
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