2005 Inauguration: The Bush Legacy

The conflict in Iraq, Social Security, and the future of the Supreme Court are among the top issues that will challenge President Bush over the next four years. We also consider the Bush legacy to come, as we look ahead on Inauguration Day.

Guests:

Brian Naylor, NPR reporter

Richard Kohn, head of curriculum in Peace, War, and Defense at the University of North Carolina; writing a book on presidential leadership

Libby Lewis, NPR reporter at Freedom Plaza

Michael Duffy, Washington bureau chief, Time magazine

Luke Burbank, NPR reporter at Lafayette Park

Robin Givhan, fashion editor, The Washington Post

Roxanne Roberts, style reporter, The Washington Post

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