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What do next four years portend at Bush White House?
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SECOND-TERM AGENDA�History has shown that re-elected presidents, freed of having to face the voters again, often work to break new ground on domestic and foreign policy issues.


PROSPECTS OF BUSH DOING THIS�Aides and observers say Bush could get more involved in the Middle East peace process, while pressing such domestic issues as partial privatization of Social Security and a constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage that are holdovers from his first term.

NEW SPIRIT OF COMPROMISE? -- Some see Bush remaining largely unbending in his conservatism, although in post-election comments he has spoken of his willingness to reach out to Democrats in a bipartisan spirit.


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