Sep 10, 2021 | Jenny Russell communication arts arts humanities and social sciences Dr. Clarke Rountree, Professor Emeritus in the Communication Arts Department at The University of Alabama in Huntsville, is featured in Todd Gillman’s recent article entitled “Bush’s post-9/11 choices reverberate 20 years later, in unresolved war on terror and Afghan retreat.” Published on September 2, 2021, in The Dallas Morning News, the article reflects on Former President George W. Bush’s response to the attacks of 9/11 and the 20 years of war that followed. Rountree has published two books on the 43rd President, George W. Bush: A Biography (Greenwood Press, 2010) and The Chameleon President: The Curious Case of George W. Bush (Praeger, 2011). “He had some really good moments,” said Dr. Clarke Rountree. “There’s no doubt that he had America’s interests at heart. ... But he had some awful legacies.” You can read the full article here.