George W Bush Research Paper

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George W. Bush: US Elections It all Started in 2001 after he beat the democrat nominee, Al Gore. 20th centaury seemed a good start with a man who Cited ‘Christ’, for He changed his heart, in an inquiry of televised Republican Presidential Debate in Des Moines, Iowa on December 13, 1999, where he was asked about "What political philosopher or thinker do you most identify with and why?" Bush’s appeal to religious values brought him 56% of votes in a Gallup poll from those who said they “attend church weekly” in 2000 and 64% in 2004. Bush expressed himself as “compassionate conservative” and promised to bring back honor and dignity to the White House. Bush outlined an agenda that included a firm commitment to war in Iraq and Afghanistan, renewal…show more content…
News and World Report (2007-06-05) 13) “Hurricane Katrina Timeline” 14) “I don't think anybody anticipated the breach of the levees.” George W. Bush to Good Morning America (2005-09-01) 15) Page 6, Transcript. Presidential Video Conference Briefing (2005-08-28) Retrieved from Katrina Transcript [PDF file] released by www.usatoday.com 16) “September 11 Attacks” Britannica Encyclopedia 17) “President Bush’s Address to joint sessions of congress” CNN Archive (2001-09-20) 18) Marc W. Herold's Dossier Retrieved from news.bbc.co.uk on 2007-09-27. 19) Taliban Ban of Opium Retrieved from Unodc.org on 2007-09-27. 20) Reproduction of Opium Retrieved from Abcnews.go.com on 2007-09-27. 21) “Losing the war in Afghanistan” Boston Globe (2007-04-07). 22) Presidential State of Union Address (2002-01-02) Retrieved from Whitehouse Official Site. 23) “AXIS OF EVIL” PBS online news hour (2002-01-29) 24) “Seven Questions: Gen. David Petraus on winding down the surge” Foreign Policy Magazine interview (2007-12-17) 25) “Bush keep silent about his responsibility for his lawless war” PoliticalAffair.net (2008-02-08) 26) “The war in Afghanistan” PBS Frontline – the dark side Retrieved on

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