The National Archives has been ahead of the curve when it comes to citizen participation on issues related to its brief; it just concluded a well-advertised public comment period on how it ought to handle declassification. Today, the archive launches a blog, NARAations, and poses a question: should the archives allow the public to tag items in its online catalog?

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