America Loses Its Point of Light'

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from The Detroit news

George H.W. Bush brought to his presidency an old-school idealism rooted in his core belief that politics and public service should be about inspiring Americans to do their best.

His "thousand points of light" campaign encouraged the nation to pull together to improve our communities through volunteerism and civic engagement, and to set aside our differences to strive for the common good.

Bush, who served one term as president from 1988 to 1992, died Saturday at age 94.



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