A panel looks at the President’s plan to address the ethical breakdowns in corporate America, and talks about the competing ideas for reducing or eliminating fraud, conflict of interest, and other problems.

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  • Susan Page Washington bureau chief for "USA Today"
  • Robert Borosage co-director, Campaign for America's Future
  • David Frum is a resident fellow, American Enterprise Institute; author of "Comeback: Conservatism That Can Win Again", and co-author of "An End to Evil: What's Next in the War on Terror;" former speechwriter and special assistant to President George W. Bush (2001-02).

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