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January 30, 2009 6:38 PM

Obama takes a different tone, and Muslims say they like it

Former President George W. Bush often offered words of reconciliation to Muslim listeners, but President Obama, while saying much the same thing, has had a different impact after just 10 days in power. Now the question is whether the expectation Obama's words have raised can be met by changes in U.S. policies.

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