President George W. Bush, at his final press conference, was in a mood to reflect on his mistakes, and National Review editor Rich Lowry has drawn up his own list. Several of his biggest errors resulted from not taking a stronger leadership stance, says Lowry. "Bush the 'CEO president' wisely wanted to delegate," Lowry says. "Alas ... when people under Bush failed, his first instinct was to stand by them stalwartly rather than to hold them accountable."

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