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Bush Memoir Sells 2 Million Copies in 2 Months -- Nearly as Many as Bill Clinton Sold in Six Years

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The world may have underestimated the publishing power of George W. Bush, the UK's Daily Mail suggested Thursday. "For someone who mangled words on a regular basis, it's an impressive feat," the Mail noted after the former president's publisher announced his memoir "Decision Points" has sold an astonishing two million copies since it was released in early November.

Bush's "Decision Points" hasn't even been released in a paperback edition yet and already it's approaching 2.2 million copies -- the number of copies President Bill Clinton's "My Life" has sold since its release in 2004.

"Decision Points" offers readers a look inside President Bush's time in office, as well personal memories from his childhood, family life and predictions on hos history will judge him.

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