“Closing the Court of History,” by Matthew Connelly (Op-Ed, Feb. 5), has a number of misleading statements about the National Archives and Records Administration, or NARA.
In the 320 word letter to the editor, Ferriero discusses:
- “The disposition schedule for Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s detainee records…”
- “State Department permanent records identified by machine learning algorithms…”
- “NARA will not stop accepting paper records because ‘it simply doesn’t have any more room for them.”
- …it is incorrect to say that we do not “plan to maintain any more presidential libraries.”
Direct to Full Text Op/Ed that Ferriero is Responding To: “Closing the Court of History,” by Matthew Connelly, Published on Feb. 5, 2020).