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President George W. Bush meets with audience members during his remarks at St. Luke's Catholic Church in Washington, D.C., Feb. 26. "I believe Americans in need are not problems; they are our neighbors. They're not strangers; they are citizens of our country. And to live up to our national ideals, ideals of equality and justice, every American of every background must have access to opportunity," said the President as he explained the details of his welfare reforms. "In times of personal crisis, people do not need the rules of a bureaucracy; they need the help of a neighbor." White House photo by Eric Draper.


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