George Herbert Walker Bush
Wicker, a political correspondent for The New York Times for more than thirty years, provides a richly drawn and succinct overview of Bush from his New England roots, to his rapid rise within the Republican party.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - carterchristian1 - LibraryThing
The introduction is a real shocker. The author describes an interview with Bush after his leaving the presidency and says his desk is clear, he is anxious to make small talk and seems to have no goals ... Read full review
GEORGE HERBERT WALKER BUSH: A Penguin LifeUser Review - Kirkus
A readable life, at once respectful and critical, of Bush I, who nursed "what must have been a burning desire to become president of the United States" without formulating any particular plans for ... Read full review