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(Washington: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.
(Patriot Ball: Ed Henry) Partying in Washington, DC, to celebrate the second inauguration of President Bush reviewed; scenes shown from the Patriot Ball for Ohioans; details given of what Bush said tonight about the war in Iraq. [At the ball, BUSH - talks about spreading freedom around the world.] The brevity of the Bushes' appearance here discussed.
(Washington: Aaron Brown) The pomp & circumstance of today's second inauguration reviewed; scenes shown of a frail Supreme Court Chief Justice William Rehnquist administering the oath the Bush & the inaugural address. [In address, BUSH - speaks about the force of history: human freedom; states we are led to one conclusion: the survival of liberty depends on the success of liberty in other lands; talks about freedom's cause; urges the young to serve & add to the country's character; states we will build an ownership society & make our society more prosperous & just.]
- Brown, Aaron;
- Henry, Ed
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