Hardly a creature was stirring in official Washington last week. Even the president was away at his ranch in Crawford, Texas. But attorney general nominee Alberto Gonzales and a cadre of Bush administration staffers were busily preparing for Gonzales’ confirmation hearings.

One lawyer involved in the process says he hopes the hearings, set to begin Thursday, will last just one day — a suggestion that Gonzales’ critics find astonishing.

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