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On Labor Day, Bush Vows 'Better Days Ahead'

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On Labor Day, Bush Vows 'Better Days Ahead'

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On Labor Day, Bush Vows 'Better Days Ahead'

On Labor Day, Bush Vows 'Better Days Ahead'

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Speaking to the International Union of Operating Engineers in Ohio, President Bush acknowledges job losses but promises "better days ahead." Bush announces he will create a new assistant secretary position in the Commerce Department to focus specifically on the manufacturing industry, which has lost about 2.4 million jobs since 2001. Hear NPR's Pam Fessler.

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