George Herbert Walker Bush

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vice president under Reagan and 41st President of the United States (born in 1924)

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He is the third son of the 41rst American President George Herbert Walker Bush and the brother of the 43rd American President George Walker Bush.
It turns out--mirabiledictu--that the reputedly liberal, Princeton-educated Nye's commander-in-chief of choice is a middle-of-the-road conservative, Republican George Herbert Walker Bush, Yale '48--horribiledictu, for any true Princetonian.
Arguably, the political seeds of today's Republican schism were planted in 1966 when Ronald Reagan became governor of California and George Herbert Walker Bush became a congressman from Texas.
We honor George Herbert Walker Bush for service to America that spanned
Ross Perot wouldn't have had a leg to stand on if George Herbert Walker Bush hadn't raised taxes in the fall of '90.
It examines the nature of prudence through an analysis of the decision making of Presidents George Herbert Walker Bush and George Walker Bush to go to war with the Republic of Iraq.
George Herbert Walker Bush, when president, stopped some peripheral aid given to Israel but as it was only a token gesture it did nothing to persuade Israel to fall in line.
So, I wrote in a vote for George Herbert Walker Bush, for whom I worked as a speechwriter from 1981 to '83.
And rarely could such an Olympian phase, describing, of all people, the nondescript George Herbert Walker Bush, be penned by anyone other than David Halberstam.
The 49 percent shareholder is Neil Mallon Bush, son of the 41st President of the United States of America George Herbert Walker Bush, and younger brother of the 43rd President of the United States, George W.
I know that to be true because lefty George Herbert Walker Bush said so.
Since 1988, when George Herbert Walker Bush made his "read my lips" pledge at the Republican National Convention, the number of promises candidates made fell to one fourth of their peak level in the 1980s.
Here is George Herbert Walker Bush, riding family connections to unearned business success and (possibly) covert intelligence work years before his ascension to the directorship of the CIA.