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President Bush understands the importance of conveying America's message to the world. The Office of Global Communications (OGC) was formed in 2002 to coordinate strategic communications overseas that integrate the President's themes while truthfully depicting America and Administration policies.

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  • President George W. Bush receives confirmation of Iraqi sovereignty, then wrote, “Let Freedom Reign!,” during the opening session of the NATO Summit in Istanbul, Turkey, Monday, June 28, 2004.  White House photo by Eric Draper.
    President George W. Bush receives confirmation of Iraqi sovereignty, then wrote, “Let Freedom Reign!,” during the opening session of the NATO Summit in Istanbul, Turkey, Monday, June 28, 2004.

    The Demands of Human Dignity

    President Bush believes in the non-negotiable demands of human dignity for all people everywhere.

    "No nation owns these aspirations, and no nation is exempt from them. We have no intention of imposing our culture. But America will always stand firm for the non-negotiable demands of human dignity."

    They are:

    • Limited Government Power
    • Rule of Law
    • Equal Justice
    • Respect for Women
    • Freedom of Speech
    • Religious Tolerance
    • Private Property

    "All fathers and mothers, in all societies, want their children to be educated, and live free from poverty and violence."

    President George W. Bush
    January 29, 2002




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