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International Social Science Review
A case study is presented which examines the political rhetoric of U.S. President George W. Bush concerning the Global Financial Crisis of 2008-2009. Topics include Bush's definition of the economic crisis, his reluctance to recognize the existence of the financial crisis and the relationship between his rhetoric on the financial crisis and his legacy.
Recommended CitationHoltzman, Richard, "What’s the Problem, Mr. President?: Bush’s Shifting Definitions of the 2008 Financial Crisis" (2011). History and Social Sciences Faculty Journal Articles. Paper 75.