George W. Bush: Historians, pollsters and friends on his legacy
Published: April 24, 2013 12:22PM
Updated: April 24, 2013 12:22PM
Former President George W. Bush participates in a signing ceremony for the joint use agreement between the National Archive and the George W. Bush Presidential Center Wednesday, April 24, 2013, in Dallas. Bush and his wife, Laura, attended Wednesday's ceremony in Dallas the day before the official dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Center. The George W. Bush Foundation raised the money to build the center. The foundation donated the library and museum portion of the center to the National Archives, which provides access to presidential records, documents, historical materials and artifacts over time. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

<freeform><script data-hide-title=”true” data-hide-byline=”true” data-hide-footnotes=”true” type=”text/javascript” src=””></script><noscript><h1>George W. Bush: Historians, pundits and friends on his legacy</h1><h2>The opening of George W. Bush's presidential library in Texas on Thursday has caused people to take another look at his legacy.Since leaving office, Bush has maintained a low profile, giving the occasional speech, taking up painting and becoming a grandfather.His relative silence has given people some distance on his presidency, but not everything has changed. Here's a closer look at how historians, the public and Bush's friends view him, four years after he left the White House.Historians still rank ...</h2><a href=”” target=”_blank”>View <em>”George W. Bush: Historians, pundits and friends on his legacy”</em> on Spundge</a></noscript></freeform>