George hw bush book destiny and power
Destiny and Power: The American Odyssey of George Herbert Walker Bush by Jon MeachamLook Inside. Nov 10, Minutes Buy. Oct 18, ISBN Nov 10, ISBN Nov 10, Minutes.
Jon Meacham, "Destiny and Power"
Destiny and Power: The American Odyssey of George Herbert Walker Bush
For better or for worse, George Herbert Walker Bush has been enshrined in collective memory as a series of caricatures, all of them evoking ineffectuality. He was the effete Yale man and the blue blood wimp; the awkward statesman who, when called upon to speak, diced the English language into an uneven and mysterious julienne. The last thing one would have expected of him was tigerish ambition. Johnson, Bill Clinton — there seemed nothing overtly appetitive about him. When Mr.
George H. Bush is unusual among modern American presidents in that after he left the White House in he never produced his own full-scale autobiography. How does the reader fare in this affectionate transaction between president and biographer? He could easily give former House Speaker John Boehner a run for his money in the Kleenex sweepstakes. Be No.