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George W. Bush[edit]

Overview
George W. Bush
Life
Early life
Professional life
Governorship of Texas
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Overview of Presidency of George W. Bush
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Timeline of the presidency of George W. Bush (2002)
Timeline of the presidency of George W. Bush (2003)
Timeline of the presidency of George W. Bush (2004)
Timeline of the presidency of George W. Bush (2005)
Timeline of the presidency of George W. Bush (2006)
Timeline of the presidency of George W. Bush (2007)
Timeline of the presidency of George W. Bush (2008)
Timeline of the presidency of George W. Bush (2009)
Presidency
Domestic policy
Legislation and programs
Economic policy
Foreign policy
Bush Doctrine
Iraq War and the War on Terror
Judicial appointments
Pardons
Presidential library
Image
Public image
Bushisms
Use of nicknames
Bibliography
Fictionalized portrayals of George W. Bush
Miss Me Yet?
Books
A Charge to Keep
Decision Points
41: A Portrait of My Father
Portraits of Courage
Elections
Electoral history
1994 Texas gubernatorial election
1998 Texas gubernatorial election
2000 Presidential campaign
2004 Presidential campaign
2008 Endorsement of John McCain for President
Family
Bush family
Laura Bush (wife)
Jenna Bush Hager (daughter)
Barbara Pierce Bush (daughter)
Jeb Bush (brother)
Neil Bush (brother)
Marvin Bush (brother)
Dorothy Bush Koch (sister)
Pauline Robinson Bush (sister)
George H. W. Bush (father)
Barbara Bush (mother)
Prescott Bush (grandfather)
Obadiah Bush (ancestor)
Pets
Barney
India
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