What happens in this world is the result of what people choose to do and choose not to do when presented with challenges and opportunities. The 41st US president didn‘t always make the right choices, but his administration’s foreign policy record compares favorably with that of any other modern leader.
George H. W. Bush, the 41st president of the United States, was presented with more than his share of challenges and opportunities, and the record is clear: he left the country and the world considerably better off than he found them.
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