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First Lady Promotes Progress for Boys

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First Lady Promotes Progress for Boys

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First Lady Promotes Progress for Boys

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First Lady Laura Bush listens as students read aloud in class at Chipman Middle School in Alameda, Calif., April 28, 2005. White House hide caption

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First Lady Laura Bush spent three days on the West Coast this week, promoting her initiative to help America's youth — in particular, America's young men. NPR's David Greene has this report of Mrs. Bush's trip.

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