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Slate's War Stories: Deconstructing Bush's Speech

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Slate's War Stories: Deconstructing Bush's Speech

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President Bush hoped to bolster support for the war in Iraq in a nationally televised address Tuesday night to soldiers at the Fort Bragg U.S. Army base in North Carolina. Alex Chadwick gets opinion and analysis of the speech from Slate military affairs writer Fred Kaplan.

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