All Things Considered for October 9, 2007 Hear the All Things Considered program for October 9, 2007
All Things Considered
Blackwater's San Diego-Area Plan Spurs Protest
A Grandfather's War Stories
Quantum Computer Discovery Nets Nobel Prize
Classroom Laptop Use Distracting, Professor Says
Milford, N.H., Republicans Convey Disillusionment
Democrats Hopeful Amid Changing GOP Landscape
Three India Stories Comprise 'Elephanta Suite'
Country Music Sales Suffer Familiar Fate
A High Lonesome Song for the Country Star
Court Considers Investors' Rights in Stock Fraud
GM Workers Expect to Approve New Contract
Playing a Playa: Casting the Part of Biggie Smalls
Krugman: Income Inequality Pricks 'Conscience'
Seizure Drug Shows Promise Against Alcoholism
Power Company to Pay $4.6 Billion Settlement
China's Communist Party Plans New Leadership
The World According to Stephen Colbert
Romney, Giuliani Clash at Thompson's First Debate
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