Decision Points - George W Bush
George W. Bush, the 43rd President of the United States, provides the reader with an intimate and in-depth look into his two terms as President; eight years that would include the September 11th attacks, the war in Afghanistan, Hurricane Katrina, and the invasion of Iraq. President Bush doesn't fail - he charms us with his witty and folksy brand of prose. Critics of the former President will find his naivete and monochromatic view of history all-too-familiar. Fans of the former President will relive the "every man charm" and comfortable nature that helped to propel him into two terms as Commander and Chief. While the text does meander at times, it is, in this reviewer's mind, an honest and deeply introspective look into the mind of the two-time leader of the Free World.
Overall the text is very readable and very enlightening. A definite "read."
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