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President George W. Bush - Oval Office
President George W. Bush talks alone with Dr. Condoleezza Rice in the Oval Office Nov. 27, 2002.
White House photo by Paul Morse.

President Bush's Policies in Focus

In his 2004 State of the Union address, President Bush discussed the serious challenges facing our Nation and the steps we must take to make America a more secure, more prosperous, and more hopeful country. The President laid out ambitious goals for the future, behind which all Americans can unite, and urged the Nation to move forward with the work that still needs to be done this year:

  • Making America Safer with Decisive Action to Win the War on Terror
  • Keeping America on Track for a More Prosperous Future
  • Strengthening Health Care for Millions of Americans
  • Building a Better and More Compassionate America for All

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