Heavy Security Reins in Anti-Bush Protesters Protesters demonstrating against President Bush's policies on the event of his second inauguration speech are confined to a small area along the parade route, and the central Washington, D.C., area is all but closed down amid very tight security. Hear NPR's Alex Chadwick and NPR's Larry Abramson.
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Heavy Security Reins in Anti-Bush Protesters

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Heavy Security Reins in Anti-Bush Protesters

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Heavy Security Reins in Anti-Bush Protesters

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Protesters demonstrating against President Bush's policies on the event of his second inauguration speech are confined to a small area along the parade route, and the central Washington, D.C., area is all but closed down amid very tight security. Hear NPR's Alex Chadwick and NPR's Larry Abramson.

A protester in a designated protest area along Pennsylvania Avenue holds a flag with corporate logos in place of stars. Marty Kurcias, NPR hide caption

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