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Bush Addresses Job Creation

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Bush Addresses Job Creation

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Bush Addresses Job Creation

Bush Addresses Job Creation

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President George Bush says lower taxes have helped the U.S. economy recover, citing a rise in factory orders and a drop in the nation's unemployment rate. Bush, saying lower taxes are crucial to new job creation, did not address criticism of his administration's recent estimate of 2.6 million new jobs to be created in 2004 — a figure critics say is unattainable. Hear NPR's Don Gonyea.

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