Analysis

2005 Inauguration: Bush's Agenda

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President George Bush addresses a nation that is both hopeful about the future and worried about Iraq and the economy. We host an Inauguration Day conversation about the president's speech and the day's events, and what to expect over the next four years.

Guests:

Andrea Seabrook, NPR Congressional Reporter

Ken Khachigian, chief speechwriter to former President Ronald Reagan

Larry Abramson, NPR Correspondent

Andy Kohut, director, Pew Research Center for the People and the Press

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