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On to a second term

Bush calls for unity after Kerry concedes

By Anne E. Kornblut
Globe Staff / November 4, 2004

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Triumphant after a night of electoral turmoil, President George W. Bush pledged to ''reach out to the whole nation" yesterday after accepting a concession call from Senator John F. Kerry of Massachusetts that put an end to one of the nastiest presidential campaigns in memory, clearing the way for Bush to become the 19th two-term president in US history. (Full article: 1139 words)

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