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Bush Gets a Taste of European Hospitality
The smiles could not conceal profound differences between the U.S. and Europe last week. After a lukewarm response to American missile-defense plans at a NATO meeting in Brussels, President George W. Bush must have hoped for a warmer reception in Gothenburg, where he joined a summit of E.U. leaders. It was warm, all right, but not exactly friendly. Thousands of demonstrators shouted, waved banners and at one point bared their bottoms — though the protests were tame compared with the violent anti-capitalist riots that disrupted the E.U. meeting after Bush's...

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