African-American Attitudes on Bush's Second Term

As President Bush begins his second term in office, his relationship with African Americans remains volatile, but not nearly as contentious as it was four years ago. From Detroit, Jerome Vaughn talks to some African Americans about their expectations for the next four years.

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