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Coming This Summer: For $24.95, George W. Bush Will Share His ‘Strategies For Economic Growth’

Former President George W. Bush jumped back into presidential politics this week, endorsing presumptive 2012 GOP nominee Mitt Romney. He also, according to the New York Times, plans to release a book in two months that will lay out his advice on boosting economic growth: Gingerly, the 43rd president is beginning to add his voice [...]
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