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Decision Points by George W. Bush
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Jan 31, 11

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This book written by George Bush is about issues and decisions he made while president, it is not an autobiography. He does not go into a lot of detail on some of the issues - not a Henry Kissinger approach is what I mean. Nonetheless it was interesting to read his view of events and his view of the facts vs what the MSM wrote about for 8 years. He comes across as sincere, intelligent - though not aloof or arrogant - and a genuinely nice person. He is self effacing in much of the book.

Bottom line - interesting, revealing, sincere and he comes across as a person with whom you could have an honest discussion. Easy to sit and talk to, I think.

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