Guests: Scott Reed Former Manager, 1996 presidential campaign of Former Senator Robert J. Dole Other Guests: TBA George W. Bush ran a presidential campaign as a "compassionate conservative," a moderate who promised to unite Republicans and Democrats in the spirit of bipartisanship. But that sentiment has worried some of the more conservative members of Congress who aren't willing to cede ideas and cabinet jobs to centrists. And they wield a considerable amount of power in the Republican party. How will George W. Bush convince the more conservative members of the GOP to toe a more moderate line? Join Juan Williams and guests on the next Talk of the Nation from NPR news.