The library, in conjunction with the museum, will contain numerous official papers and electronic records collected during Bush's eight years of presidency provided by the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). Such records include briefing memos, decision memos, laws passed and presentations, according to Langdale.
This library will house the largest collection of digital archives, which will "give us a lot of opportunities to get information out to people sooner than other presidential libraries," says Langdale.
The library will be set up in the form of a case study that is different from most presidential libraries, which are done biographically. The library will demonstrate steps Bush took in making 22 key decisions while in office, says Langdale. The setup shows which core principles, such as compassion and freedom, Bush reverted back to when making governmental choices.
I thought it was going to be a joke, but it's turning into a farce.