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Large and In Charge: SUVs...The World’s Deadliest Vehicles?

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Friday, October 04, 2002

New York Times reporter Keith Bradsher explains how the auto industry's grip on Congress got SUVs exempted from federal safety, fuel efficiency and pollution requirements. He discusses his expose on these large and potentially deadly vehicles. Plus contributing editor of Vanity Fair, Nick Tosches shares his new novel, In The Hand of Dante and theatre director Deborah Warner and actors Fiona Shaw and Jonathan Cake talk about their adaptation of "Medea."

Keith Bradsher

New York Times reporter Keith Bradsher explains how the auto industry's grip on Congress got SUVs exempted from federal safety, fuel efficiency and pollution requirements. He discusses his expose on these large and potentially deadly vehicles, High and Mighty: SUVs: The World’s Most Dangerous Vehicles and How They Got That ...

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Nick Tosches

Contributing editor of Vanity Fair, Nick Tosches shares his new novel, In The Hand of Dante.

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Deborah Warner and Fiona Shaw

Theatre director Deborah Warner, actress Fiona Shaw and actor Jonathan Cake talk about their adaptation of "Medea."

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