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Decision Points by George W. Bush
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Aug 16, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: political, nonfiction

This book provided many insights on how and why events transpired as they did during Bush's presidency, and I found myself understanding the reasons behind his more controversial decisions. I finished thinking "Wouldn't it be great to have lunch with GW & Laura?!" After reading this book, I doubt that anyone can deny that GW Bush was earnestly trying to accomplish what he thought was best for our country (regardless of where you fall on the political spectrum.)

The book is arranged topically rather than chronologically. I did get a little bored around ~3/4 through, but I think that had a lot more to do with my lack of interest in the topics towards the end.

Highly recommended for anyone living during Bush's presidency.

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