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Bush Quieter on Spread of Democracy

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Bush Quieter on Spread of Democracy

Bush Quieter on Spread of Democracy

Bush Quieter on Spread of Democracy

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The spread of democracy has been a running theme in presidential speeches for many decades.

President Bush, especially, has promoted this, but lately he has been a little quieter on the subject.

David Gergen, of Harvard University, talks to Liane Hansen about the reasons.