Day Two In Microsoft Trial

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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