Power and Prudence: The Presidency of George H. W. Bush

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When George H. W. Bush took office in January 1989, he brought to the presidency an impressive resume. A former member of Congress, national party leader, CIA director, ambassador to China, and two-term vice president, he had the credentials and experience for a uniquely successful presidency. Less than four years later, the American electorate resoundingly proclaimed his administration a failure. Many pundits and scholars have echoed the voters' judgement. In a considered and balanced reassessment, Mark J. Rozell and Ryan ...

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