George W. Bush: Our 43rd President
March 10, 2015•23 min
George W. Bush has always polarized public opinion of the success of his presidency. Whether one agrees with the decisions he made or not, most saw him as a resolute leader or an indecisive figure head overly influenced by others within his administration. James Mann looks at the terms of our forty-third president to determine his success, failure and how internal politics of his administration shaped his public persona and decision making.