George W. Bush Library to Open in Texas

    Former President George W. Bush arrives to give opening remarks at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas for a conference titled "Immigration and 4% Growth: How Immigrants grow the U.S. Economy," Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2012, in Dallas.  The George W. Bush Institute is hosting panel discussions highlighting the positive impact of immigration on U.S. economic growth. (AP Photo/LM Otero)

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    George W. Bush wants to know what you would have done. The 43rd president's library and museum is to be dedicated on Thursday on the campus of Southern Methodist University. The museum allows visitors to use a touch screen to make the decisions the Bush faced in president office. Will you invade Iraq? Will you bail out Wall Street? Will you send troops to New Orleans after Katrina? President Obama and the four living ex-presidents are to attend the dedication.

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