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Yet oral history is a separate discipline, with its own ethical standards and practices -- some of which are in conflict with current practices in political science. So as we consider moving closer to this model of interviewing, it may be useful for us to consult with oral historians, or even to attend their Annual Meeting. As a first step, here is a link to the Oral History Association's Principles and Best Practices: http://www.oralhistory.org/about/princi ... practices/ .