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📒George W Bush ✍ Veda Boyd Jones
✏George W Bush Book Summary : - Accounts of the leaders whose ideas and actions have changed the course of history- Examines each person's life in the context of the politics of the time.
📒Bush At War ✍ Bob Woodward
✏Bush At War Book Summary : With his unmatched investigative skill, Bob Woodward tells the behind-the-scenes story of how President George W. Bush and his top national security advisers led the nation to war. Extensive quotations from the secret deliberations of the National Security Council and firsthand revelations of the private thoughts, concerns and fears of the president and his war cabinet, make BUSH AT WAR an unprecedented chronicle of a modern presidency in a time of grave crisis. Based on interviews with more than a hundred sources and four hours of exclusive interviews with the president, BUSH AT WAR reveals Bush's sweeping, almost grandiose vision for remaking the world. Woodward's virtual wiretap into the White House Situation Room reveals a stunning group portrait of an untested president and his advisers, three of whom might themselves have made it to the presidency. In BUSH AT WAR, Bob Woodward once again delivers a reporting tour de force.
📒George Bush ✍ Herbert S. Parmet
✏George Bush Book Summary : In the first full biography of the former president, award-winning historian and biographer Herbert S. Parmet draws from George Bush's personal papers to look at the man who led America through the end of the Cold War. Enriched by access to Bush's private diaries, the book provides an intimate portrait of the forty-first president, and corrects many long-held misconceptions about him. Parmet shows George Bush within the context of a half century of American life and politics, at a time when great changes swept the nation. Parmet traces Bush's life from his New England youth, through World War II; from his leadership of the CIA, through his vice presidency and presidency, through his loss of the 1992 presidential election to Bill Clinton. This book will be of interest to readers of politics and political biographies. Herbert S. Parmet is Distinguished Professor Emeritus of History at The City University of New York. He is author of several books including Eisenhower and the American Crusades, also published by Transaction.
📒The Rhetorical Presidency Of George H W Bush ✍ Martin J. Medhurst
✏The Rhetorical Presidency of George H W Bush Book Summary : For George H. W. Bush, the distinction between campaigning (“politics”) and governing (“principles”) was crucial. Once in office, he abandoned his campaign mode and with it the rhetorical strategies that brought electoral success. Not recognizing the crucial importance of rhetoric to policy formation and implementation, Bush forfeited the resources of the bully pulpit and paid the price of electoral defeat. In this first-ever analysis of Bush’s rhetoric to draw on the archives of the Bush Presidential Library, scholars explore eight major events or topics associated with his presidency: the first Gulf War, the fall of the Berlin wall, the “New World Order,” Bush’s “education presidency,” his environmental stance, the “vision thing,” and the influence of the Religious Right. The volume concludes with a cogent of the 1992 re-election campaign and Bush’s last-gasp use of economic rhetoric.Drawing on the resources of the Bush Presidential Library and interviews with many of Bush’s White House aides, the scholars included in this tightly organized volume ask, How well did President Bush and his administration respond to events, issues, and situations? In the process, they also suggest how a more perceptive embrace of the art of rhetoric might have allowed them to respond more successfully.The Rhetorical Presidency of George H. W. Bush breaks important ground for our understanding of the forty-first president’s time in office and the reasons it ended so quickly.
📒Bush ✍ Jean Edward Smith
✏Bush Book Summary : Washington Post Notable Nonfiction Book of the Year Distinguished presidential biographer Jean Edward Smith offers a “comprehensive and compelling” (The New York Times) life of George W. Bush, showing how he ignored his advisors to make key decisions himself—most disastrously in invading Iraq—and how these decisions were often driven by the President’s deep religious faith. George W. Bush, the forty-third president of the United States, almost singlehandedly decided to invade Iraq. It was possibly the worst foreign-policy decision ever made by a president. The consequences dominated the Bush Administration and still haunt us today. In Bush, a “well-rounded portrait…necessary and valuable in this election year” (Christian Science Monitor), Jean Edward Smith demonstrates that it was not Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, or Condoleezza Rice, but President Bush himself who took personal control of foreign policy. Bush drew on his deep religious conviction that important foreign-policy decisions were simply a matter of good versus evil. Domestically, he overreacted to 9/11 and endangered Americans’ civil liberties. Smith explains that it wasn’t until the financial crisis of 2008 that Bush finally accepted expert advice. As a result, he authorized decisions that saved the economy from possible collapse, even though some of those decisions violated Bush’s own political philosophy. “An excellent initial assessment of a presidency that began in controversy…and ended with the international and domestic failures that saddled Bush with the most sustained negative ratings of any modern president” (Dallas Morning News), this comprehensive evaluation will surely surprise many readers. “Written in sober, smooth, snark-free prose, with an air of thoughtful, detached authority, the book is nonetheless exceedingly damning in its judgments about George W. Bush’s years in office” (The Washington Post).
📒Behind The Bush ✍ Bobisco
✏Behind the Bush Book Summary : If a woman, wanted by the US Secret Service, asked you to help her, would you do it? What if she was gorgeous and innocent? After all, she only did something that millions of Americans do. Years ago Linda Sears had an affair with a married man. His name was George Bush. Would you help her? Behind the Bush is an account of real events delivered as an intriguing political thriller. Two journeys discover the world of international intrigue, secret societies and covert intelligence operations. Instead of being yet another conspiracy theory the storyline discovers a sophisticated web of multinational companies, politicians and criminal groups that is almost entirely unexplored by the media, analysts and historians. Read it, and news will never be the same. A simple cab ride quickly turns into a getaway from Secret Service agents culminating in a shocking twist that will make you rethink your understanding of modern politics, international relations and Western democracy. www.BehindTheBush.com
📒Women And The Bush ✍ Kay Schaffer
✏Women and the Bush Book Summary : How the concept of 'the typical Australian' has evolved across a range of cultural forms.
📒A World Transformed ✍ George H. W. Bush
✏A World Transformed Book Summary : The former president and his National Security Advisor share their thoughts on the tumultuous international events of his administration, from the collapse of the Soviet Union and the reunification of Germany to the Gulf War
📒The George W Bush Foreign Policy Reader ✍ George Walker Bush
✏The George W Bush Foreign Policy Reader Book Summary : Supporters and critics of Georg W. Bush agree that the foreign policy of his administration has made a significant break with precedent and that its effects will be felt for decades to come. John W. Dietrich's carefully edited collection assembles the president's most important policy statements on issues including the war on terrorism; Iraq; global warning; and relations with countries in Europe, Asia, Latin America, Africa and the Middle East. Each topical chapter opens with an original essay providing background history and information, tracing Bush's policy choices, and highlighting key policy debates. The book presents a balanced portrait of the president's actions and motivations, so that readers can reach their own judgments on Bush's policies and their implications for future U.S. policy.
📒George W Bush ✍ Tom Ruprecht
✏George W Bush Book Summary : George W. Bush's life is presented in chronological order-from infancy to the beer-soaked floor of a Yale fraternity house, and from blowing off his questionable tenure with the National Guard to blowing off his presidential duties. It reveals long-simmering tensions between George H. W. and Barbara Bush; Condoleezza's unrequited love; Cheney's descent into madness; and much, much more. In 2003 President Bush came to England for a state visit. He seemed to be enjoying being here. He told me that driving on the left side of the road reminded him of his drinking days.- Tony Blair Even before the shooting, things between Bush and Cheney were strained. I recall one morning informing the president that Cheney had been rushed to hospital with chest pains. Without looking up from his Game Boy, President Bush muttered," Wow, there's a shocker"- Karl Rove, Director of Propaganda. During his sate visit to India, we took President Bush to a ceremonial meditation session. When the guru told the president to empty his mind, Andy Card muttered, "He's way ahead of you"- APJ Abdul Kalam, former President of India