The World in Words 37: George Bush's Greeneland doppelganger, Bushisms Bollywood-style, and Ghanaian anthems

As George W. Bush becomes a private citizen again, we consider his legacy by means of a name he once cited: Alden Pyle, a fictional CIA officer dreamed up by Graham Greene in "The Quiet American." Also, a new Indian mockumentary focuses on Bush's blunders, verbal and otherwise. Finally, the national anthems of Ghana -- the official one that sounds oh-so-British and the unofficial one that everyone loves.

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