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"Can Mr. Soft Money rescue the Dems?" (Government, May 20, 2002)

"Can Mr. Soft Money rescue the Dems?" (Government, May 20) should have said that illegal foreign contributions were made in 1996 to the Democratic National Committee, not to the Clinton-Gore campaign. Current DNC Chairman Terry McAuliffe, as finance chairman of Clinton-Gore until early 1996, was not implicated in the DNC scandal. Also, while McAuliffe was a consultant to Global Crossing's founder and chairman, Gary Winnick, he was not a consultant on Global Crossing. He was an early investor. "Your inner musician is just waiting to be found" (BusinessWeek Lifestyle, May 13) misidentified Roy Ernst. He is director of New Horizons Music Project and a former professor of music education at the University of Rochester's Eastman School of Music. He is not a former director of the Eastman School. In "More options for options traders," which appeared in some editions of the May 27 BusinessWeek Investor, the phone number for Wall Street Access was incorrect. The number is 800 925-5781.

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