Bush Stresses Theme of Freedom at Second Inaugural 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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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

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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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