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Lying, Cheating, Stealing

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Lying, Cheating, Stealing

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Lying, Cheating, Stealing

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For the fourth and final part of her series on ethics, NPR Special Correspondent Susan Stamberg talks with Coleen Rowley, who became famous last year for blowing the whistle on the FBI. Rowley complained that the agency had brushed off warnings about terrorism prior to the Sept. 11 attacks. She now speaks about ethics to children, business groups and colleagues.

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