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|The construction fence is down; the heavy equipment is gone. The reality is a 226,560-square-foot center that houses a library and a museum, presidential archives, a public policy institute, the Bush foundation and a 15-acre park, all honoring Bush's two terms in office. Museum exhibits will focus on key decisions during the Bush presidency, using interactive and digital displays to give visitors an idea of the issues facing the president and his reasoning.|
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