The Presidency of George W. Bush
From the Iraq War to his delayed response during Hurricane Katrina, George W. Bush’s presidency was mired with poor decisions and hasty actions. However, he shined in the fight against HIV/AIDS in the developing world and in implementing No Child Left Behind. This hour, we'll look back on the 43rd president's decisions on foreign policy, education and economic development and how they continue to impact America today.
- Jean Edward Smith, author of Bush
This show originally aired on July 18, 2016 at 11 a.m.