George W. Bush Goes to Africa

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President Bush is in Africa this week, where he's more popular than he is in most other places. What will his anti-AIDS and malaria programs mean for his legacy? Do other countries need more help than the five he's visiting? Does the US plan a military presence in Africa, a major supplier of oil? Also, John McCain on his apparent rival, and now that the shuttle Atlantis is back on the ground, the Navy is ready to shoot down a failed spy satellite loaded with poisonous fuel.


President Bush greets cultural dancers during yesterday's visit to the dedication and official opening of the new US Embassy in Kigali, Rwanda. White House photo by Eric Draper



Warren Olney