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Guide to the Tamiment Library Web Archive (Labor and the Left): Guantanamo Bay Detention
||Tamiment Library Web Archive (Labor and the Left): Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp
||The Tamiment Library Web Archive (Labor and the Left): Alternative Mass Media, was
created with the Web Archiving Service from the California Digital Library. The Web
Archiving Service was made possible with support from the National Digital Information
and Infrastructure Preservation Program and the University of California, as part
of a project to preserve born-digital political communication. The Tamiment Library
creates topically based archives of websites documenting labor and left activity,
principally that based in the United States. The collection contains periodically
archived websites of entities documenting (including via U.S. government websites),
and of those entitie critical of U.S. policy and its representation governing enemy
combatants, prisoner interrogation, the related legal processes and issues, the global
detention system established by the Bush administration, including efforts to secure
civil and human rights for detainees. Contents include prisoners' testimony and documents
from attorneys defending them. NOTE: For technical, privacy and other reasons, archived
websites may not be exact copies of the original website at the time of the web crawl.
Note: if a link does not work, click on the TITLE of this archive (in the "Description"
section at the beginning of the finding aid) to access the archive, then go to the
site list to access the web site(s) you wish to view.
||34.0 websites 179.8 GB
|Language of Materials note:
||Materials are primarily in English, with some material in Spanish