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    The election was between Governor George W. Bush (R-TX) and Vice President Al Gore (D-TN). On Election Day night, news stations across the country were all giving an early win of Florida to Gore and this ended up proving to be a major upset in the end. It was however, before Gore’s concession speech, that Florida was then declared too close to call. This gave Gore the time he needed to cancel his concession speech and declare a recount. However, in the end, Bush ended up winning the electoral votes

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    George H. W. Bush George H. W. Bush was a Visionary Leader. He used Inspirational Motivation to convince The US Military that war was worth fighting. He Then used Dispositional Flexibility When He managed the impact of the fall of the USSR. In a single speech, he convinced the US Military that the forced Liberation of Kuwait was necessary. His Inspirational Motivation enabled him to use the mastery of the spoken word to convince the military,” The status quo is unacceptable,” Sodom Husain could

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    Analysis Of Bush Must Go

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    Bush Must Go was written by Author and columnist Bill Press, and in this essential and timely handbook, Bill Press focuses on the 10 most important reasons why the president doesn 't deserve a second term it doesn 't matter whether your priority is the economy, health care, the war on terror, or Homeland Security. George W. Bush is on the wrong side of all issues, and Bush must go. “Bill press is a very informed man on the issues of prior president Bush, because he is a man who is in the atmosphere

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    The Presidential Impact of Culture

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    often overlook. For many presidents, it starts and ends at being elected, but the case is not the same for Franklin D. Roosevelt and George W. Bush. Although they have extreme differences, the similarities of the two presidents not only shaped American culture, but also left an impact on history and have shaped the modern world. Franklin D. Roosevelt and George W. Bush had similar, yet opposite careers and influenced America and have both opened new eras for the country’s culture. Franklin Delano Roosevelt

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    2001, George W. Bush addressed the United States of America in a pivotal moment in the history of the country. As people tuned in to watch this speech all across the country, it was of high importance the president remained calm and gave the people of the United States an idea of what was to come after this tragic event. There is no denying how much this terrorist attack struck the United States, it was devastating and it will always be remembered. However, in the speech that George Bush gave that

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    Bill Clinton before he decided to contest for the presidential seat from the state of Florida. George W Bush defeated him after

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    George W. Bush quoted in results to 9/11, “Terrorist attacks can shake the foundations of our biggest buildings, but they cannot touch the foundation of America. These acts shatter steel, but they cannot dent the steel of American resolve”. On September 11, 2001, there was a vicious terrorist attack on the United States of America. Al-Qaida a terrorist group from the Middle East, decided violate what America stands for: freedom, liberty, and the rights of men and women of all races, backgrounds,

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    election The United States holds an election every four years in order to find the new president in which to run the country. The 2000 election was no different. It brought about a new president for the United States, George W Bush. There were various candidates in which Bush had to battle against in order to gain the title of the 43rd American president. These candidates included; Al Gore (Democrat), Ralph Nader (Green), Patrick J. Buchanan (Reform), Harry Browne (Libertarian), John Hagelin (Natural

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    Who to Blame for the September 11 Attacks

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    on George W. Bush. Many Americans used him as a scapegoat due to emotional instability or timorous feelings towards the attacks. In response to the attacks that took place on September 11, 2001, George W. Bush positively influenced and reassured the American people that America was strong and that the United States would stop at nothing to find who was responsible for such acts. There is speculation that there was an assassination attempt on George Bush the morning of the attack. When George Bush

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    The War in Iraq

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    kill like Saddam Hussain and Osama Bin Laden, and a country which was in “need” of US help both politically and financially. At the time of the Terrorist attacks, people were afraid of what else the terrorists were planning or could do and so George Bush sent troops in to look for Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD). In hindsight the war on Iraq was a bad idea. The situation was handled poorly, far too much money was spent, and there were far too many casualties to say that the war was a good idea

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