“Most of the stuff that’s explosive enough to be really interesting, for example to reporters, is classified or the story is already out there,” said Buchanan, noting that both Bush and former Vice President Dick Cheney have written books explaining certain decisions.
The Bush library is the 13th overseen by the U.S. National Archives and Records Administration. Others in the National Archives’ system span from Herbert Hoover’s presidency to Bill Clinton’s. Some earlier presidents have libraries that aren’t part of the system, and other presidential records are kept at the Library of Congress.
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