Bush administration

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There have been two Bush administrations. The George Herbert Walker Bush administration (1989-1992) which succeeded the Ronald Reagan administration (1981-1988). The George W. Bush administration (2001-2008) consisted of (includes some members of Bush's White House Staff):

List: Members of the Bush Administration

Notes on Member Listing

Since there are many figures in common between the Ronald Reagan (RR), whose Vice-President George Herbert Walker Bush (G1) inherited the White House, and the George W. Bush (G2) eras, the term Bush League has come into use to describe this group as a whole.

Several others come to the George W. Bush administration with experience gained in other previous administrations: Richard M. Nixon (RN), J. Danforth Quayle (DQ), Gerald R. Ford (GF) or Bill Clinton (BC)).

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See also Category:George W. Bush administration

The George W. Bush administration

Stages

State of the Union addresses:

Impeachment

Corruption

Executive powers

Secrecy

See also the "War on Terror" section below.

Issues

Changes to federal government

Misc

Critiques

Scandals

Spin and public relations

Global War on Terrorism

Civil liberties and privacy

Torture and detainees


Iraq

Afghanistan

Misc.

U.S. Government Agencies & Organizations

Non-Cabinet-level independent agencies
Advisory panels

Other Agencies & Organizations

Previous administrations

External articles