Controversies of the George W. Bush Presidency
|Publication Date: 12/2006|
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|Hardcover|| ||$59.95|| ||978-0-313-34011-6|
Pro and Con Documents
Nancy S. Lind and Bernard Ivan Tamas
Controversial issues of the George W. Bush presidency are critically examined through pro and con primary documents.
The George W. Bush administration has become one of the most controversial in American history. The president that once enjoyed a post-9/11 astronomical approval rating of 88 percent ranked almost as low in his second term as any president in history. Throughout the social security and stem-cell research debates, the Enron trial, the Patriot Act, the Abu Ghraib prisoner abuse scandal, No Child Left Behind, and the administration's lackluster response to Hurricane Katrina, George Bush's presidency has been white-hot controversial, Fueling the controversies have been Bush's speeches and public statements (axis of evil, mission accomplished, etc.). This volume is packed with primary-document excerpts from presidental speeches, public statements, and letters, and from opposing congressional arguments—an excellent resource for helping students understand events that will affect the U.S. for years to come.
Introductory sections set the context for each document, and extensive lists of web sites and further reading sources supplement the material. This volume is an excellent resource for helping students understand events that will affect the U.S. for years to come.
• Over 70 primary documents on 36 issues address the Bush administration's economic, domestic, and foreign policy, as well as its response to terrorism
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