Matt Yglesias thinks that Wikileaks proved that we make too much mundane material secret. Jonathan Bernstein yawns:

Matt Yglesias reminds everyone that way too much of what government does is classified secret.  I agree.  It also reminds me of one of the fascinating things about conservatives and liberals: the latter tend to ignore or downplay pathologies of bureaucracies when it comes to most government programs, while the former tend to ignore or downplay pathologies of bureaucracies when it comes to national security and corporate behavior.

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