A “Large Volume” of Roberts’s Files “Mislabeled”

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"A “Large Volume” of Roberts’s Files “Mislabeled”"

First the National Archives “lost” John Roberts’s affirmative action file after it was reviewed by two administration lawyers. Now the National Archives says it “mislabeled” a bunch of other files related to Roberts. The AP reports:

The National Archives announced on Tuesday that the Top of Form Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, Calif., had discovered a “large volume” of unreviewed and unreleased Roberts documents that were filed under a code instead of under Roberts’ name. Additional employees from the Archives have been sent to the Reagan library to review the documents to determine what or how much can be released, officials said.

(For archivists, these guys sure have a hard time keeping track of papers.)

Someone needs to explain why these files were located now, less than a week before Roberts’s hearing begins.

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