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President Unveils Nation's Founding Documents at National Archives
President George W. Bush delivers remarks at the rededication ceremony of the National Archives Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2003. During the ceremony, the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, and the Bill of Rights were unveiled. "In the course of two centuries, the ideals of our founding documents have defined America's purposes in the world," said the President. "Since July 4th, 1776, to this very day, Americans have seen freedom's power to overcome tyranny, to inspire hope even in times of great trial, to turn the creative gifts of men and women to the pursuits of peace." White House photo by Paul Morse

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