Topics and Guests: October 4

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It's the exclusive interview with Bill Clinton (search) that you can't miss, as he lays out his new plan for the hurricane relief effort working with old rival George H. W. Bush. The former president is putting politics aside — or is he? He speaks to Greta on the next "On the Record."

Plus, is President Bush still a conservative? We'll ask talk show host Rush Limbaugh (search).

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