WASHINGTON — Lecturing corporate chief executives to set a "moral tone" for running squeaky clean companies, President Bush detailed in a Wall Street speech on Tuesday how the government will crack down and punish executives who knowingly cook the books.

Plans include creating a corporate crime task force, beefing up the Securities and Exchange Commission and backing legislation to tighten accounting oversight and increase maximum prison terms for financial fraud convictions.

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