41: A Portrait of My Father by George W. Bush

A biography by an obviously biased person - a loving son! George (43) talks about his father both as a family man and a political person and it all sounds pretty good. There are places where the son tries to justify some of his father's mistakes; admitting that he made them must have been hard for George (43).
He also slips in a few justifications for some of his own presidential activities, which gives this book the feeling of being off topic once in a while. An interesting and easy book to read.
--- submitted by Joan


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