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|11||The Internal Security Act is a draconian law.; No country should any longer have laws that allow for detention without trial.||George W. Bush||President||3 found|
|12||he needs a month off to unwind||George W. Bush||President||3 found|
|13||Peltier's clemency petition before leaving office||George W. Bush||President||3 found|
|14||expedited major disaster declaration||George W. Bush||president||3 found|
|15||he was "inspired by the skill and heroism of the flight crew", and he also praised the emergency responders and volunteers||George W. Bush||Outgoing U.S. President||3 found|
|16||“I hope the provisions of this important legislation will support the people of Zimbabwe in their struggle to effect peaceful democratic change, achieve economic growth, and restore the rule of law.”  Since effecting peaceful democratic change means, in Washington’s parlance, ousting the Zanu-PF government, and since restoring the rule of law equates, in Washingtonian terms, to forbidding the expropriation of||George W. Bush||president||3 found|
|17||coal was the most reliable source of electricity.||George W. Bush||then- President||3 found|
|18||the prison would be demolished.||George W. Bush||President||3 found|
|19||a book about his life entitled Decision Points||George W. Bush||public speaker||3 found|
|20||the existence of secret CIA prisons and said 14 key terrorist suspects have now been sent to Guantanamo Bay , Cuba||George W. Bush||President||3 found|
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