George W. Bush: Portrait of a Leader
Tyndale House Publishers, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 143 pages
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.
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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