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Invocations of Sept. 11 Dominate GOP Convention

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Invocations of Sept. 11 Dominate GOP Convention

Invocations of Sept. 11 Dominate GOP Convention

Invocations of Sept. 11 Dominate GOP Convention

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Sen. John McCain

Sen. John McCain addresses the Republican National Convention, Aug. 30, 2004. Reuters hide caption

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As the Republicans open their national convention near the site of ground zero, testimonials to President Bush's leadership after the Sept. 11 attacks' dominate the night. Bush was never as popular in the polls as he was in the weeks following the attacks. Hear NPR's Mara Liasson.

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