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Day Two In Microsoft Trial

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Day Two In Microsoft Trial

Day Two In Microsoft Trial

Day Two In Microsoft Trial

Only Available in Archive Formats.

NPR's John McChesney reports on opening defense arguments in day two of the federal trial of Microsoft on anti-trust charges. Microsoft lead attorney John Warden said the software maker had done nothing illegal: that it had been aggressive, but that antitrust laws are not a code of civility. Warden also put the government's first witness, Netscape CEO James Barksdale, through a grueling cross examination.

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