A Chat with Justice's Charles James

The new antitrust chief explains why his attitude toward Microsoft has been anything but the laissez-faire approach many observers expected

When President Bush tapped Charles A. James to take over the antitrust suit the Clinton Administration brought against Microsoft, the company's defenders thought they had reason to cheer. James, the new head of the Justice Dept.'s antitrust division, calls himself a "bedrock" conservative and a skeptic of regulation.

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