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President firm on Iraq, terror, urges more action on economy

State of Union address takes confident tone

By Wayne Washington
Globe Staff / January 21, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- President Bush laid out the broad themes of his reelection campaign last night during his State of the Union address, touting the capture of Saddam Hussein as proof of progress in Iraq and calling for more to be done to advance an economic recovery that has not replaced the millions of jobs lost during his administration. (Full Article: 1122 Words)

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