George W. Bush
Today, we affirm a new commitment to live out our nation's promise through civility, courage, compassion and character. America, at its best, matches a commitment to principle with a concern for civility. A civil society demands from each of us good will and respect, fair dealing and forgiveness. First Inaugural Address
George W. Bush, the 43rd President of the United States, led the country during a time of great challenge and change. The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, the global war on terror, the war in Iraq, and the economic downtown of 2008 are just some of the major events that Bush had to contend with during his time in office. At different times, President Bush was both the most popular president and one of the least popular presidents in American history, and his administration sparked both passionate defenders and vehement critics. His presidency will continue to be studied and debated for years to come.
Faith, certainty, and the Bush 43 presidency
Author Ron Suskind explores the religious ideals behind President Bush's agenda
The partnership of George W. Bush and Dick Cheney
New York Times reporter Peter Baker appeared on American Forum to discuss his book about the relationship between President Bush and Vice President Cheney