Bush Pledges to Fight Oppression, Racism

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In his second inaugural address President Bush committed the United States to defeating tyranny and expanding freedom. Sworn in by ailing Chief Justice William Rehnquist, the president delivered a 22-minute address that outlined his view of America's role in the world.

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