President Bush’s Place in History

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

With only months left in the term, the Bush Administration is taking a hard look at the legacy they are about to leave. But President Bush’s place in history entirely depends on who you ask. Will he be remembered as the man who misled the country, squandered our savings and endorsed torture tactics? Or will he be the man who freed 60 million people in Afghanistan and Iraq, Left No Child Behind and comforted the nation after September 11? These are the questions Peter Baker put to former and current advisers to the President and to the President’s father for his upcoming piece “The Final Days” in this weekend’s New York Times Magazine.
Guest: Peter Baker, New York Times Magazine contributing writer


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Comments [2]

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Aug. 28 2008 11:40 PM
Michael Shurgan

He should go down in history as the worst President so far. Other presidents have had some good accomplishments in eithr foreign or dometic policy, but this idiot has been a disaster in both.

Aug. 27 2008 01:49 PM

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