Bush, Kerry, Call for Unity In his victory speech President Bush says he wants to establish democracy in Iraq and Afghanistan and uphold what he called "family and faith." The president -- and Sen. John Kerry in his concession speech -- asked voters to help unify a deeply divided country. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne and NPR's Steve Inskeep.
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Bush, Kerry Call for Healing Partisan Divide

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Bush, Kerry Call for Healing Partisan Divide

Bush, Kerry Call for Healing Partisan Divide

Bush, Kerry Call for Healing Partisan Divide

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In his victory speech President Bush says he wants to establish democracy in Iraq and Afghanistan and uphold what he called "family and faith." The president — and Sen. John Kerry in his concession speech — asked voters to help unify a deeply divided country. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne and NPR's Steve Inskeep.