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Critics See Politics in Berger Probe Disclosure

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Democrats cry foul over a probe of former Clinton national security advisor Sandy Berger for removing classified documents from the National Archives. Critics say the probe's disclosure was timed to deflect attention from the upcoming release of the Sept. 11 commission's report, expected to be highly critical of the Bush administration. Hear NPR's Pam Fessler.

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