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Smaller Crowds At Capitol, But 2009's Enthusiasm Persists

Jan 21, 2013 (Morning Edition) — Four years ago, the National Mall was packed with record crowds. People gathering as President Obama prepares to take the oath of office and deliver a second inaugural address share some of the same sentiments as the crowds from 2009. But the crowds -- and the vendors -- are less numerous.

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