A national historian for US government?

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Government agencies work together, this is a fact. Intergovernmental programs are essential to the day to day running of the country. Yet, there is no official history for these actions.

Many agencies have historians, but there is no one covering the government as a whole.

James Carafano is a Senior Research Fellow for National Security and Homeland Security in the Douglas and Sarah Allison Center for Foreign Policy Studies at The Heritage Foundation.

Carafano recommends that the U.S. Congress should establish by law a national historian of the U.S. government and a federal interagency office.
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