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- Government Disclosure Service Vol. 1, Vol. 2, Vol. 3, ed. Robert Vaughn
- Between 1980-83 the Prentice-Hall Government Disclosure Service loose-leaf pamphlet service was often the only way to find state and federal court decisions on Freedom of Information and Privacy issues. Today these out-of-print volumes are highly sought after resources for unpublished case law which cannot be found anywhere else. Thanks to the cooperation of Access Reports, we were able to scan and OCR these opinions for public consumption. Caution: each file is approximately 100 mb.
- Revolutionary Propaganda and
Possible Counter-Measures, by Brigadier Dr. Maurice Tugwell
- A Ph.D. dissertation previously unavailable to the general public (except to those who traveled to Kings College to read it in hard copy). Dr. Tugwell has graciously given his permission for NSC to publish this groundbreaking work.
Clearances and the Protection of National Security Information: Law and
Procedures, by Sheldon Cohen
- A thorough and relatively comprehensive discussion of security clearance law, written for the Department of Defense by one of the leading attorneys in the field. Mr. Cohen has graciously given his permission for NSC to make this text publicly available.
- Warning: 12.9 mb file. We suggest right-clicking on it and choosing Download rather than trying to open it in your browser.
- Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) with redlined
amendments, by David Kris
- A meticulous version of the FISA statute with all the amendments color-coded into the body. Mr. Kris compiled this document on his own and has graciously given NSC permission to make it publicly available for the first time, aside from his Senate confirmation.
- "Intelligence and the Rise of Judicial Intervention", by
- An updated and fully-footnoted version of the article previously published in Studies in Intelligence in 1996. The author has graciously given NSC permission to make it publicly available.