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For Better or Worse, Rather Stood by His Story

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For Better or Worse, Rather Stood by His Story

For Better or Worse, Rather Stood by His Story

For Better or Worse, Rather Stood by His Story

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NPR's Daniel Schorr says that however badly it turned out, CBS anchorman Dan Rather's initial defense of a problematic story on President Bush's National Guard records was understandable.

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