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Who was the president after George H. Bush?

Bill Clinton, the 42nd US President defeated  George H. Bush in the Presidential election of 1992. He served 2  terms from 1993 to 2001, and was followed by the 43rd Preside (MORE)

What did George Bush accomplish?

George Bush accomplished many things like, becoming the 41st president and becoming Reagan's vice president and for being a good leader for the United States of America. He al (MORE)

What did George HW Bush do bad?

He made a big mistake by promising "no new taxes" during his campaign. While he was in office, the economy went into a recession and Congress (which was under control of the D (MORE)

Where does George W. Bush live?

Former President George W. Bush and his wife, Laura, live in Austin, Texas, and on their ranch in Crawford, Texas.
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Stocks 101: Learn Stock Market Basics

The stock market is one of the more intimidating subjects in all of personal finance. You may want to get into the stock market, but are hesitant because you don't understand (MORE)

How much does George Bush get paid?

Former United States Presidents are paid a pension. As of 2012, the  amount of the pension was 199,700 per year. This doesn't include  payment for any other projects a forme (MORE)

How old was George Bush when he was elected?

41st President George H. W. Bush was 64 when he was elected US President in 1988 and when he took office in January, 1989. He was 56 when he was elected US Vice President in (MORE)

Who did George Bush run against?

In the 2000 presidential election, George W. Bush ran against Al  Gore. Bush won with 271 electoral votes. In the 2004 election,  President Bush ran against John Kerry and w (MORE)

Strength and weakness George Bush?

President George Bush's strength was being a person the commoner  could feel compassion from. His weakness was always said to be lack  of communication skills.
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Is George HW Bush a Freemason?

No he isn't! Neither he or his son George W Bush are or have been Freemasons. They were, however, both members of the Skull and Bones Society at Yale University. The confusion (MORE)