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Administration Starts Classifying Documents Made Public in Cold War

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The Bush Administration has started classifying information long made public and even provided to the Soviet Union during the Cold War, according to a new report from the National Security Archives. The data now being made secret involves numbers of strategic weapons in the U.S. nuclear arsenal during the Cold War. “It’s yet another example of silly secrecy,” said Thomas Blanton, the archive’s director. (8/21/06)