Bush Is the One

Frum, David
April 2004
National Review;4/5/2004, Vol. 56 Issue 6, p34
Offers a look at the policies of United States President George W. Bush up to April 2004. Compromise Bush made regarding stem cell research; Discussion of Bush's war on terrorism and his national security policies; Claim that the U.S. is at war and that it needs a war leader such as Bush; Discussion of the economic history and policies under Bush; Criticism from conservatives of Bush's policies on issues such as education and immigration.


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