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Two Opposing Views on the Libby Verdict

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Two Opposing Views on the Libby Verdict

Two Opposing Views on the Libby Verdict

Two Opposing Views on the Libby Verdict

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On the Opinion Page, two differing editorial voices react to the I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby trial. One calls for President Bush to pardon Libby, and the other for Democrats in Congress to impeach Vice President Cheney.

Guests:

Kate O'beirne, Washington editor, National Review

Juan Cole, professor of modern Middle East and South Asian history, University of Michigan

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