Bush: 'The Trumpet of Freedom Has Been Sounded' In a speech at the National Defense University in Washington Tuesday, President Bush drew a parallel between the Sept. 11 attacks and the World War II assault on Pearl Harbor, saying both were catalysts that drove efforts to defeat authoritarian governments.
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Bush: 'The Trumpet of Freedom Has Been Sounded'

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Bush: 'The Trumpet of Freedom Has Been Sounded'

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In a speech at the National Defense University in Washington Tuesday, President Bush drew a parallel between the Sept. 11 attacks and the World War II assault on Pearl Harbor, saying both were catalysts that drove efforts to defeat authoritarian governments.

Bush speaks at the National Defense University in Washington, March 8. Reuters hide caption

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