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Politics

New George W. Bush library focuses on choices

Interactive sets on Iraq, Katrina await visitors

UNIVERSITY PARK, Texas — More than four years after leaving office, former president George W. Bush has a question for America: So what would you have done?

In a new brick-and-limestone museum, visitors to an interactive theater will be presented with the stark choices that confronted the nation’s 43d president: Invade Iraq or leave Saddam Hussein in power? Deploy federal troops after Hurricane Katrina or rely on local forces? Bail out Wall Street or let the banks fail?

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