Bush Pledges to Fight Oppression, Racism 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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Bush Pledges to Fight Oppression, Racism

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Bush Pledges to Fight Oppression, Racism

Bush Pledges to Fight Oppression, Racism

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.