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Richard Clarke and Condoleezza Rice

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Richard Clarke and Condoleezza Rice

Richard Clarke and Condoleezza Rice

Richard Clarke and Condoleezza Rice

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The controversy continues around the Sept. 11 hearings on Capitol Hill. From Richard Clarke's book release and testimony, the Administration's efforts to discredit him and his work, to Condoleezza Rice's decision not to testify publicly. It's Clarke versus Rice in the court of public opinion.

Guests:

Mary Louise Kelly
*NPR reporter

Susannah Meadows
*General editor at Newsweek
*Analyzed the recent Newsweek poll that measured the effect of Richard Clarke's testimony

Ben Post
*Managing editor of the Louisville Courier-Journal

Chris Reed
*Op-ed columns editor at The Orange County Register in Santa Ana, Calif.
John Diaz
*Editorial page editor at the San Francisco Chronicle

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