President Bush Holds Citizen Meetings on Social Security

In Westfield, N.J., President Bush holds meetings with invited citizens on his plans to overhaul Social Security. The meeting format might be described as "town hall," but many of those onstage with Bush in the meetings were handpicked by the administration and already held favorable views of Bush's proposal.

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