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Barbara Bush: Matriarch of a Dynasty

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Few First Ladies matched Barbara Bush's remarkable popularity. Even her husband's detractors often spoke glowingly of the "Silver Fox," whose warmth and generosity have won her friends and admirers across the country. Pamela Kilian, a reporter for Scripps Howard News Service, has known George and Barbara Bush for over twenty years. Here, she paints an unforgettable ...more
Paperback, 272 pages
Published December 15th 2003 by St. Martin's Griffin (first published September 17th 2002)
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Beverly Zearley
Sep 29, 2014 Beverly Zearley rated it it was amazing
Loved this book about one of my favorite First Ladies!! What a wonderful person Barbara Bush is! It was so neat to find out some behind the scenes information about her and the rest of the Bush family. I really enjoyed this one!
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I liked this book about the 41st first lady of the United States.
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