George P. Bush first became famous as the grandson of the forty-first U.S. President George Bush, the son of former Florida Governor James Ellis “Jeb” Bush, the nephew of forty-third President George W. Bush and great-grandson of the late U.S…. Read More ›
President Grandpa: How The Lives of First Grandkids Play Out
If his runs for and wins election to state office, 36-year old George Prescott Bush, or “P.” as he’s often nicknamed would be his family’s fourth-generation male to enter politics as a profession, a “dynasty” begun sixty-one years ago, in… Read More ›
Ike’s Mid-Century Cold War Show & High Visibility Veep: The 1957 Sunday Inauguration, Part 6
It was precise and orderly, with a sense of Cold War automatism. It was modern and moved along smoothly. It was the Mid-Century version of the Sunday Second Inauguration and it started and ended without a glitch. In fact, from… Read More ›
The Inside on the Ex-President: Always Centered
Far too many readers assume history is a quaintly irrelevant retelling of wars or migrations or depressions, and far too many such books bear that out by forgetting that it is ultimately individual human beings who direct society’s fate. Among… Read More ›
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