Bush Unswayed by Anti-War Demonstrations

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President Bush discounts the impact of weekend anti-war protests around the world, saying tough policy decisions cannot be made "based upon a focus group." Bush says he would like to see the United Nations pass another resolution explicitly authorizing force against Iraq, but that the United States does not need one to proceed. NPR's Don Gonyea reports.

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