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February 17, 2003 -February 21, 2003
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Millions of people worldwide took to the streets this weekend
to protest the U.S. and allies' push for military action against Iraq.
Jim Lehrer gets two views of this weekend's war protests and
the diplomatic battle over what to do about Iraq from Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison
(R-Texas) and Germany's ambassador to the United States, Wolfgang Ischinger.
Times for United
Elizabeth Brackett reports on the plight of United
Airlines and its efforts to survive bankruptcy.
Terence Smith talks to John Stacks, author of
Scotty: James B. Reston and the Rise and Fall of American Journalism, about James
"Scotty" Reston, the late New York Times columnist.
As the world contemplates a new war, arts correspondent Jeffrey
Brown reports on an unusual exhibition in Great Britain that looks back at a past