Many presidents have pushed to shield information from the public. It is argued that in order to make effective policy, policymakers must be able to have candid conversations with advisers that are not shared with the public. How much should the President and the executive branch be able to use executive privilege? What are the down sides to not releasing information? What would our founders (who met in private but also did not trust any branch with too much power) say about this?

 
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