New York Times Examines Late George Bush’s Record On HIV/AIDS During Presidency

New York Times: ‘He Did Not Lead on AIDS’: For Bush, Activists See a Mixed Legacy
“The death of George Bush on the eve of World AIDS Day was a painful reminder for some of the most lethal days of the epidemic, when people — predominantly gay and bisexual — were struck down by an illness that few in the White House seemed to lose sleep over. For them, the 41st president was a slow-moving leader whose response to the crisis was hard to separate from his public uneasiness with gay men and lesbians…” (Stack, 12/3).

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