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Roundtable: Rice in 2008, Cosby Sex Allegations

NPR's Ed Gordon is joined by George Curry, editor-in-chief of the National Newspaper Publishers Association News Service; Joseph C. Phillips, conservative columnist and actor; and Mary Frances Berry, professor of history at the University of Pennsylvania and former chair of U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. They'll be discussing those who want Condoleezza Rice to run for president in '08, African Americans and the lottery, Temple coach John Chaney's suspension and Bill Cosby's response to a woman's allegations of sexual molestation.

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