Monday, February 18, 2008

LAT on Founders' Papers

In today's LATimes, Sarah Wire covers the recent Senate Judiciary Committee hearing about the Founding Fathers' Paper editorial projects, which I discussed at some length here. Wire's report centers on the question of the best way to mount the papers online: in annotated form through Rotunda (the University of Virginia Press' digital imprint) or by digitizing the unannotated documents along with the published volumes and making them available via the Library of Congress' website.

[Update: The audio from the 7 February Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on this topic is now available here (RealAudio).]

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