The Bush tragedy

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An objective political portrait of George W. Bush, his presidency, and its impact on the world offers a revealing study of Bush's conflicted relationships with his father and with major figures in his administration, the roots of his political philosophy, his early life, and the evolution of his world view over the course of his political career and the events of 9/11. Simultaneous.
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Grouped Work ID 540e6784-866f-1df5-38e2-f458eaf7558e
Grouping Title bush tragedy
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Jacob Weisberg traces the evolution of President George W. Bush's political philosophy from its roots in his early life and his years as governor of Texas through the events of 9/11 and his turbulent two terms in office. With careful analyses, Weisberg offers an eye-opening assessment of Bush's deeply conflicted relationship with his father, former President George H. W. Bush, and with major figures in the administration, including Vice President Dick Cheney and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. This groundbreaking book of reportage, synthesis, and analysis will stand as the indispensable account of a presidency of enormous consequence.

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subject_facet United States -- Politics and government -- 2001-2009
title_display The Bush tragedy
title_full The Bush Tragedy, The Bush tragedy / Jacob Weisberg
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