Former U.S. Representatives Chet Edwards, Jim Kolbe, and Vic Snyder join Princeton University professor Julian Zelizer to discuss how political history is documented in Congressional papers. The former members reflect on their careers and describe the process of creating a repository for their papers. Mr. Zelizer argues for access to Congressional records and a centralized system to make records more available to the public and research community. This program was hosted by The Center for Legislative Archives at the National Archives.
We are honored that Rep. Edwards has entrusted us with his papers and we look forward to his visit to campus this Fall.
PS-Can you spy Bill, Ben, or myself in the audience?