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Dick Cheney's View of the George W. Bush Administration — PICTURES

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TO GO WITH AFP STORIES 'US-ATTACKS-5YEARS' (FILES) Photo dated 11 September 2001 shows US President George W. Bush (R) being informed by his chief of staff Andrew Card of the attacks on the World Trade Center in New York during an early morning school reading event in Sarasota, Florida. The fifth anniversary of September 11 finds the United States bloodied by foreign war, polarized politically and coping with terrorism's curbs on freedom which helped define American life. AFP PHOTO/FILES/Paul J. RICHARDS **MORE PICTURES AVAILABLE ON WWW.IMAGEFORUM2.AFP.COM** (Photo credit should read PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images)(PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP/Getty Images)

Dick Cheney, the frequently villified former vice president with a gravelly voice and a subdued personality that contrasted with his outsized role in George W. Bush's administration, is releasing his memoir this week.

The book, In My Time: A Personal and Political Memoir, covers his vice presidency, from his role in managing the aftermath of September 11 to his decision to keep a secret resignation letter in a safe in case his health failed.

 

Here's a look at some of the biggest issues that faced the administation and Cheney personally—and what he had to say about them.

 

 
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