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A protester held an anti-Bush sign before President Bush's inaugural parade yesterday. Thousands of law enforcement and military personnel monitored events.
A protester held an anti-Bush sign before President Bush's inaugural parade yesterday. Thousands of law enforcement and military personnel monitored events. (Getty Images Photo) Getty Images Photo
OPPOSITION

Security tight, protests defused

By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / January 21, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- The unprecedented security blanket surrounding President Bush's second inaugural was pierced by hundreds of protesters shouting anti-Bush slogans and by scattered demonstrations along the parade route, including dozens of people kept back by police with tear gas after the group threw debris and tried to break through the cordon. (Full article: 642 words)

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