The Fate of the Father: The Bush Policy Paradox John Karaagac

ISBN: 9781587363108

Published: July 26th 2004

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268 pages


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The Fate of the Father: The Bush Policy Paradox  by  John Karaagac

The Fate of the Father: The Bush Policy Paradox by John Karaagac
July 26th 2004 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 268 pages | ISBN: 9781587363108 | 5.19 Mb

One cannot understand the presidency and politics of the George W. Bush without first considering the fate and historical legacy of his father. For it was the elder Bush who cleared the way for his two sons. It was also the collapse of the elderMoreOne cannot understand the presidency and politics of the George W. Bush without first considering the fate and historical legacy of his father. For it was the elder Bush who cleared the way for his two sons.

It was also the collapse of the elder Bush, in 1992, that paradoxically cleared the sons way. In fact, George W. Bushs way to the governors mansion and then the White House carried an element of family restoration, but restoration that came only after defeat, the political equivalent of revolution in which the older order was overthrown. This book is more than simply a meditation on how the sons style, his policies, his politics, differ from the fathers. It is a study of how the sons legacy is, in some senses, built on a repudiation--perhaps even a willful misrepresentation--of parts of the fathers legacy.



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