Basic narrative of the George W. Bush Presidential Museum:
A baseball-loving Texas entrepreneur entered politics in keeping with his family’s tradition of public service. With strong faith and the support of his devoted wife, he overcame his drinking problem. As president, he began started the innovative No Child Left Behind program and facilitated the development of faith-based and community-based initiatives. Through decisive leadership, he shepherded a grieving nation through the tragedies of 9/11 and Hurricane Katrina. With the Bush Doctrine, he led the War on Terror and spread democracy and freedom throughout the world.