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Executive Privilege

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For some analysis of the White House argument against releasing documents relating to Vice President Cheney's meetings with Enron, Robert Siegel turns to University of Chicago Law Professor Cass Sunstein. He is author of Designing Democracy: What Constitutions Do. Designing Democracy is published by Oxford University Press, 2001.

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