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Analysts: Musharraf Hoping for Second Bush Term
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Analysts: Musharraf Hoping for Second Bush Term

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Analysts: Musharraf Hoping for Second Bush Term

Analysts: Musharraf Hoping for Second Bush Term
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Though his assistance in the U.S. war on terrorism has stirred violent opposition at home, Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf would prefer to see a second term for President Bush, analysts say. Some suggest as president, Sen. John Kerry would demand more democratic reforms from Pakistan. Hear NPR's Philip Reeves.

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