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The Presidents whose pages have been completed can be found by returning to the table on the Chief Executive Club Main Page and clicking on the names of the Presidents with the word "NEW" in the flashing symbol left of their name.
Go to the page for George Bush maintained by the
White House Historical Association.
Read more about George Bush at the
American Presidency site maintained by
Grolier's Encyclopedia Americana.
See the former president's library by visiting the sites maintained by Texas A&M University, and the George Bush Presidential Library Foundation. Established in 1991, the George Bush Presidential Library Foundation has assisted in the design, building, and support of the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum, which is located at Texas A&M University. Today the foundation continues to provide program and financial support to the library, as well as to the George Bush School of Government and Public Service.
Listen to President George Bush's address to the nation announcing the Bombing of Iraq and the start of the Operation Desert Storm. Then listen to the President discuss the mission in Somalia during the final weeks of his presidency. Both speeches are brought to you by the Great Speeches Pages from the History Channel, and each is netcasted using the RealAudio player. Need the player? Get it at....
Listen to a portion of President Bush's first State of the Union address which he delivered in January of 1990. In the clip the President reported to the Congress that there was a "new era" in world affairs, and that unlike one year earlier when the "people of Panama lived in fear under the thumb of a dictator. Today democracy is restored. Panama is free." The clip is brought to you by the Vincent Voice Library at Michigan State University.
Read the Inaugural Addresses of each of our presidents by going to the site maintained by the Bartleby Library.