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Call to Service Central to Bush Inauguration Speech

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Call to Service Central to Bush Inauguration Speech

The Second Term

Call to Service Central to Bush Inauguration Speech

Call to Service Central to Bush Inauguration Speech

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In his second inauguration speech, President Bush invokes the memory of the September 11 terrorist attacks and calls for a renewed dedication to "freedom." He also implores young Americans to "make the choice to serve a cause larger than your wants, larger than yourself." Hear NPR's Alex Chadwick and NPR Washington, D.C., editor Ron Elving.

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