HOUSTON - When he ran for president four years ago, George Bush had only the faintest hint of a record on banking issues. Since then, he has created what may be the most extensive audit trail of any President this century.

But as he prepares to accept renomination here Thursday night, some bankers are asking themselves whether that record warrants a second term.

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