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Photos: Historic Inauguration Will Not Look Like The Past

Large crowds and parades have become hallmarks of presidential inaugurations but will be absent this year because of the pandemic and security concerns. Here's a look back at earlier inaugural events.
Crowds outside steps of U.S. Capitol for President Theodore Roosevelt Inauguration. Source: Library of Congress

Even before rioters stormed the Capitol two weeks ago, the inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris as president and vice president was going to look different from ceremonies past.

The risk of large crowds with

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