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Bush Stresses Theme of Freedom at Second Inaugural

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Bush Stresses Theme of Freedom at Second Inaugural

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Bush Stresses Theme of Freedom at Second Inaugural

Bush Stresses Theme of Freedom at Second Inaugural

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President Bush delivers his inauguration speech, Jan. 20, 2005. Reuters hide caption

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President Bush begins his second term, urging Americans to expand the frontiers of freedom around the world and challenging young people in particular to "serve in a cause larger than your wants." The speech was the centerpiece of a day devoted to tradition and tribute.

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