Hofstra Event Looks at Bush PresidencyBreaking News
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Only six years after its conclusion, the presidency of George W. Bush can now be said to be officially history, the subject of a three-day scholarly conference this week at Hofstra University.
For some of the undergraduates at the university on Long Island, the conference provided analyses about the only president they can remember, other than Barack Obama.
Panelists discussed topics such as the power dynamics between the 43rd president and his vice president, Dick Cheney; education policy changes in the Bush years; and the Bush administration’s use of military force following the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
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