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Al Gini Demands an Apology

As we demand public apologies from our leaders—from the political to the financial worlds—resident philosopher Al Gini looks at what it really means to say: "I'm sorry."

Music Button: Brenda Lee, "I'm Sorry", from the CD The Difinitive Collection, (MCA Nashville)

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