*NPR reporter covering the Enron investigation
* Former Republican Congressman from Oklahoma
* Chair of the House Republican Policy Committee, the fourth-ranking Republican leadership position in the House
* Now a Lecturer in Legislative Politics at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard
* Co-Editor of the American Prospect, a magazine of politics and economics
* Columnist for Business Week
In the aftermath of Enron's collapse, serious questions are being raised about the company's ties to the Bush administration. Is this a story about money and influence... or the way major corporations need to conduct business? Is what's good for business necessarily bad for the country? A look at the relationship between the government and corporate America.
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*Regional Director of the U.S. Geological Survey's Central Region
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