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Compare inaugural addresses of modern-day two-term presidents

President Barack Obama’s second inaugural speech on Monday, Jan. 21st will be compared to his first speech four years ago when he was sworn-in as America’s first black president. But how much do the speeches of two-term presidents change from the first inauguration to the second inauguration? Here’s a look at four presidents in the modern era.

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