Leadership- George W. Bush

Leadership- George W. Bush - decision making can lead an...

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Approaches to Leadership George W. Bush It’s still the economy, stupid: George W. Bush, the GOP’s CEO Begala, Paul 2002 For President Bush, I wanted to learn more about is “Bush-onomics.” Since I double major in Communications and Economics, I am really interested in how our unemployment rate and deficits became so high. This directly affects me in two years when I graduate because our economy will automatically affect the job opportunities that are out there. This book provided me a sense of “where did the money go?” When George W. Bush took office in 2001, our economy was the strongest in American history. America had the largest budget surplus with millions and millions of job opportunities for people. This book clearly identifies how George W. Bush’s poor
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Unformatted text preview: decision making can lead an economically stable and strong nation to a nation filled with government deficits and a higher than ever unemployment rate. The co-presidency of Busch and Cheney Warshaw, Shirley Anne 2009 Since Dick Cheney was a champion in cutting government spending and fiscal restraint, he was known as the perfect political match for George W. Bush. They both believed in cutting taxes and reducing regulations to change the way government does business. In fact, it’s the Bush tax cut that played the significant role in the decline of surplus. Two wrongs don’t make a right, and this book exemplifies how both George W. Bush and Dick Cheney led our nation to the philosophy of “compassionate conservatism.”...
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