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c-span2's book tv and sunday at 2:00 on american history tv on c-span3, working with our cable affiliates, and visiting cities across the country. former president george w. bush and bill clinton were in dallas on wednesday for a discussion about leadership and public service. they discussed their lives since leaving the white house. from the george w. bush presidential library, this is 45 minutes.