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Friday, October 13, 2006

Transcript

Scarcely had the dust settled at the site of North Korea's supposed nuclear test before the finger-pointing began in Washington this week. Former East Asia correspondent Dan Sneider has been following the political fallout in the nation's dailies. He tells Bob we'd all be better off if the American press focused less on our own blame-game and more on how people in the region are reacting.

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