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Time Warner fired Doug Morris, the head of its embattled domestic music operations, amid a campaign by GOP presidential candidate Bob Dole and others againstthe firm's distribution of rap and alternative music with violent lyrics. Michael Fuchs, recently named as chairman of Warner's worldwide music division, dismissed Morris and took over the domestic role himself. Morris' departure follows that of Fuchs' predecessor, Robert Morgado. The U.S. music division includes the Warner Bros. Records, Atlantic and Elektra labels.