George W. Bush: Portrait of a Leader

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Karen Hughes
Tyndale House Publishers, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 143 pages
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The essence of the presidency is often captured in small moments: a bullhorn clasped in one hand as the other encircles a retired fireman; a fallen policeman's badge, given by a grieving mother, that becomes the symbol of "lives that ended and a task that does not end;" a handshake between the leaders of Britain and the United States, whose shared resolve toppled a threat to world peace and liberated the people of Iraq. This book is a collection of those moments, captured by the White House photographers, whose work provides an intimate, behind-the-scenes account of the Bush presidency.

Other features: Over 100 photos Introduction by Karen Hughes Select quotes from George W. Bush A reprinting of Bush's 2005 inaugural address

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GREAT PICS FOR BUSH FANS, WONDERFUL BOOK. GOOD PICS OF THE REAL MAN IN HIS EVERY DAY LIFESTYLE WITH SOME GOOD INFORMATION ON HIS FAMILY A MUST FOR EVERY BUSH FAN LIBRARY Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
12
Section 3
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About the author (2005)

Karen Hughes served as counselor to the president, was one of three people who ran his presidential campaign and worked as his communications director during his six years as governor of Texas. She is an elder and longtime Sunday-school teacher in the Presbyterian church. Mrs. Hughes lives with her husband and son in Austin, Texas, where she continues to advise President Bush from her home.

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