The Bush Paradox: A Study in Contemporary Politics John Karaagac

ISBN: 9781587363092

Published: July 21st 2004

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284 pages


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The Bush Paradox: A Study in Contemporary Politics  by  John Karaagac

The Bush Paradox: A Study in Contemporary Politics by John Karaagac
July 21st 2004 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 284 pages | ISBN: 9781587363092 | 7.68 Mb

The story of George H. W. Bush is, to date, a story of his administration, and the Bush circle. It is a story of how he did not really fit in to the increasing muscular conservatism of the sagebrush suburbs and the mythical range. The story of GeorgeMoreThe story of George H. W. Bush is, to date, a story of his administration, and the Bush circle. It is a story of how he did not really fit in to the increasing muscular conservatism of the sagebrush suburbs and the mythical range. The story of George W. Bush, by contrast, has no such inherent constraints. It is the story of how he built on his fathers legacy and connections, even as he distanced himself from the moderate leanings.

For all their biographical similarities, the problems faced by Bush the elder and Bush the younger are fundamentally different. It is those differences, some of which are even paradoxical, that comprise the subject of this book.



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