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[Excerpt] "When the president or persons working with the president are under investigation . . . the doctrine of executive privilege -which entitles the president to keep confidential certain communications to and from his advisers -inevitably becomes relevant."

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Concord Monitor

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This article is part of the series Constitutional Connections by John M. Greabe and was originally published by the Concord Monitor.