Voices In the News

A sound montage of some of the voices in this past week's news, including Roger Adams, pardon attorney at the Justice Department, on the pardons of Marc Rich and Pincus Green; Captain Tom Kyle, deputy chief of staff of the US Pacific Fleet, on the collision of the USS Greeneville with a Japanese fishing trawler; Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan before the Senate Banking Committee; William H. Gates, Sr. and Representative Jennifer Dunn (Republican, Washington) on the possible elimination of the estate tax; Lieutenant General Gregory Newbold, of the US Marine Corps, on Friday's air attack of Iraqi defense installations; and President George W. Bush during his visit to the ranch of Mexican President Vicente Fox.

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