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July 3, 2007

Some media coverage of the Bush commutation

Howard Bashman here has collected all the major newspaper coverage of President Bush's decision to commute the imprisonment portion of Lewis Libby's sentence, and he has collected here a lot of links to NPR stories.

In addition, this afternoon I was part of a team of pundits discussing the commutation on the show "To The Point," and a webcast of the program is available here.

UPDATE: Howard also now has a collection of commutation commentaries linked here,

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How about this excellent article in the New York Times featuring your own astute analysis: http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/04/washington/04commutecnd.html?hp

Posted by: Leah | Jul 3, 2007 8:57:48 PM

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