August 2005
Newsweek;8/8/2005, Vol. 146 Issue 6, p23
Presents quotes from notable people in current events and political cartoons. U.S. Senator Bill Frist on embryonic stem-cell research; British Prime Minister Tony Blair on the IRA's decision to abandon its use of violence; Little league coach Chris Mosher on having his team banned from speaking Spanish; DirecTV vice president Dan Fawcett on a judge's ruling compelling O. J. Simpson to pay $25,000 for stealing satellite-TV signals; More quotes.


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