Gonzales Exits After Years of Working with Bush

The resignation of Attorney General Alberto Gonzales marks the end of a professional bond with President Bush that the two fellow Texans enjoyed for years. But that closeness also helped feed criticisms that Gonzales was too political-minded in leading the Justice Department.

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