Bush Turns Away from Domestic Issues in Inaugural Address

Senior News Analyst Daniel Schorr says that the president's buoyant inauguration message was delivered against a backdrop of post-Sept. 11 security. He notes that Bush chose to focus on international themes despite public pessimism about the economy.

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