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Homeland Nominee Chose Eclectic Legal Career Path

Michael Chertoff, President Bush's nominee to head Homeland Security, has worked for both Republicans and Democrats. And he's been both lauded and criticized by civil libertarians. NPR's Robert Smith reports.

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Robert Smith is a host for NPR's Planet Money where he tells stories about how the global economy is affecting our lives.
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