1997 In Review - Part Ii

GUESTS: Don Gonyea NPR Detroit Reporter Richard Harris NPR Science Correspondent Kathleen Madigan Associate Editor, Businessweek magazine It was a year of innovation, surprises, and perseverance: Dolly the sheep was cloned, Princess Diana was killed, the US stock market hit an all-time high, and Americans waited out the UPS strike. Join host Ray Suarez for a discussion about 1997's most significant stories in the second part of an end of year news review.

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