Building An International Coalition/ The Changing Airline Industry

Guests:

Leon Fuerth
* Professor, Elliott School of International Affairs, George Washington University
* Former, National Security Advisor to Vice-President Al Gore

WHITE HOUSE PRESS SECRETARY ARI FLEISHER BRIEFING

ATTORNEY GENERAL JOHN ASHCROFT BRIEFING FROM FBI HEADQUARTERS

James Fallows
* National Correspondent for the Atlantic Monthly
* Author, Free Flight: From Airline Hell to a New Age of Travel (Public Affairs, 2001)

Mary Ann Akers
* NPR Reporter at O'Hare Airport in Chicago

Representative John Dingell
* Democratic Congressman from Michigan
* Senior Democrat on the House Energy and Commerce Committee

Rick Bowers
* Passenger on United Airlines flight from Newark to San Francisco 7 a.m. Tuesday — the flight just prior to the one that crashed in Pennsylvania

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