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At common law a governmental privilege against disclosure is recognized with respect to state secrets bearing on military, diplomatic and similar matters

This Court is unimpressed.  We agree with the view taken by the Solicitor General that the assailed subpoena duces tecum indeed particularly and sufficiently described the records to be produced.  There is every indication that petitioner knew precisely what records … Continue reading

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