In last week's issue, TIME interviewed Bill Gates about the impending antitrust case. On Friday, Washington bureau chief Michael Duffy and senior correspondent Bruce van Voorst talked to Joel Klein:
Q: Why is it fair to make one company ship another company's product?
A: Microsoft has taken two separate products--the operating system and the browser--and illegally tied them together. In order to make sure this market doesn't tip and become a monopoly, we thought the most effective, immediate relief would be to ensure carriage for Netscape as the only company that can prevent monopolization.
Q: Aren't you carrying Netscape's water...