"If we saw the world only through presidential eyes, the Great Depression would be Europe's fault, not Herbert Hoover's; liberals and other scoundrels were to blame for Richard Nixon's fall; and James Buchanan was a great man worthy of the president who succeeded him, Abraham Lincoln.
The most disliked presidents were capable of the most prolonged defenses. Nixon wrote book after book after his resignation. Hoover needed three volumes, not only to absolve himself of the Depression, but to tear down the New Deal and its beloved, martyred creator, Franklin Roosevelt." ~ Source.
So if, according to Herbert Hoover, the Great Depression was like totally Europe's fault and not Hoover's in any manner, who do you think Bush will Blame to try to pin the Bush Bust upon? How about Phil Gramm?
One Thing I do know is that Bush is not going to go anywhere near writing a Three Volume
Hagiography Book to absolve his screw ups legacy.