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Bush Woos Black Voters at Urban League

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Bush Woos Black Voters at Urban League

Bush Woos Black Voters at Urban League

Bush Woos Black Voters at Urban League

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A week after deciding not to speak to the NAACP, President Bush addresses another prominent civil rights group, the Urban League, to ask African Americans for their support. The president tells the gathering in Detroit that the GOP knows it has a lot of work to do to win the support of black voters. NPR's Don Gonyea reports.

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