The Bushes

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Random House Audio | Jan 08, 2004 | 1440 Minutes | ISBN 9781415903155

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"Fascinating. . . . Provides illuminating insights into the internal dynamics of the Bush family dynasty." –The New York Times

“If you want to know as fully as can be told the story of how the Bushes rose from Midwestern obscurity to equal the records of families like the Roosevelts, the Kennedys and the Adamses–this is the book.” –New York Post

“Revealing about the internal dynamics of this interesting familyÉ. The Bushes opened up to the Schweizers and discussed intimate details of their history.” –The Washington Post Book World

“No one has gotten as close to penetrating the Bush family dynamics, and the complex relationship between father and son.” –The Providence Journal

"This is a dynasty indeed, no matter how the family demurs. . . . The Schweizers have succeeded in humanizing what can be a curiously detached family by ferreting out fascinating detail." –Fort Worth Star-Telegram

"Offer[s] rare–and controversial–insight into the family some call the Republican Kennedys." –Boston Herald

"What the Schweizers do best is explore that dynamic over three generations of Bush males. . . . This book is the place to start if you want to understand how family has molded the Bush men." –Houston Chronicle

“Offers insights on the Bush relationships and rivalries, their ambitions and their impressions of each other’s successes and problems.” –Tallahassee Democrat

"Entertaining . . . full of charming anecdotes. . . . A delightful book." –National Review

"[A] detailed history of the Bush dynasty–sprinkled with anecdotal family gossip that provides fresh humanizing insights . . . along with an intriguing snapshot of the conflicted relationship, fuelled in equal parts by love and competition, between ‘Big George,’ and ‘Little George.’" –The Independent on Sunday
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