Editors' Roundtable: Iraq, Sept. 11 Hearings, Economy Three editors from around the country join NPR's Brian Naylor to discuss their readers' feelings about the war in Iraq, the Sept. 11 hearings and the economy. They are Jim Camden, political reporter for the Spokesman-Review in Spokane, Wash.; Kate Nelson, managing editor of New Mexico's Albuquerque Tribune, and Carole Leigh Hutton, editor and publisher of the Detroit Free Press.
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Editors' Roundtable: Iraq, Sept. 11 Hearings, Economy

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Editors' Roundtable: Iraq, Sept. 11 Hearings, Economy

Editors' Roundtable: Iraq, Sept. 11 Hearings, Economy

Editors' Roundtable: Iraq, Sept. 11 Hearings, Economy

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Three editors from around the country join NPR's Brian Naylor to discuss their readers' feelings about the war in Iraq, the Sept. 11 hearings and the economy. They are Jim Camden, political reporter for the Spokesman-Review in Spokane, Wash.; Kate Nelson, managing editor of New Mexico's Albuquerque Tribune, and Carole Leigh Hutton, editor and publisher of the Detroit Free Press.