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Bush launches post-presidential office

January 13, 2009

President Bush is naming a high-powered staff to launch him on a productive post-presidency that, at least at first, will be busy behind the scenes and quiet on the surface.

The Office of George W. Bush will be in Dallas, near his presidential library at Southern Methodist University.

The president plans to write a book, give speeches, help build his presidential library and start a “freedom institute” to prolong his legacy, with a special emphasis on his “freedom agenda” of promoting democracy for the Middle East.

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