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The Family Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6 Summary

Kitty Kelley
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Chapter 6 Summary and Analysis

Returning from the war, George Bush follows in the family tradition and attends Yale University. He does very well in school and works hard at both sports and academics. His university years are defined by his commitment to joining as many groups as possible and running for office in them. His proudest membership, however, is with Skull and Bones. During the initiation phase, George shares his vulnerabilities about the war. This makes him feel bonded to the Skull and Bones Society. This bond continues throughout his life and influences the people that he chooses to associate with later in his career.

At the same time, he and Barbara are struggling to make ends meet. During his first year at Yale, Barbara gives birth to their son, George Walker Bush. While George is in school, Barbara cares for their young child. Both are passionate about George's...

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