The Family - Study Guide Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Returning to George H.W. Bush, this chapter catalogs his ongoing political career. Unsatisfied with his seat in the House of Representatives, George wants to run for Senate again. Many people council him against it, asking him to consider the security of his House seat versus the gamble of running for a statewide office as a Republican in a Democratic state. George gains confidence from a visit with former president Johnson and counts on Johnson's support, though he is from the other party. George hopes that his election to the Senate will make Nixon replace Spiro Agnew with George as his running mate in the upcoming 1972 Presidential election. George campaigns hard again and loses the race to his Democratic opponent.

George is devastated by the loss and considers bowing out of public life. His friends, however, work to have him made the U.S. ambassador...

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