Donald L. EVANS

Evans, Donald L.
March 2007
Texas Monthly;Mar2007, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p124
The author asserts that the historical legacy of U.S. President George W. Bush would be regarded by historians as remarkable. He gives credit to the president's defiant decision to cut taxes to strengthen the domestic economy as well as his anti-terrorism policies, particularly the war in Iraq. He commends his composure towards the negative feedbacks hurled to his presidency.


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