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The Family Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 21 Summary

Kitty Kelley
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Chapter 21 Summary and Analysis

This chapter opens with the inauguration of George Bush Sr. for his second term as Vice President. After a meeting to heal the rift between himself and Democratic Vice Presidential candidate, Geraldine Ferraro, Bush begins his campaign for the nomination to be the next president. This hinges on the acceptance of President Reagan and his recommendation, which Bush waits for anxiously. He gathers his family around him to help him plan his campaign. Bush transfers his girlfriend, Jennifer Fitzgerald, to another office so that there is no danger of the press discovering their relationship.

Professional pollsters advise George Bush Sr. to get in touch with some of the constituencies that he has never courted before. One such group is Jewish voters. George Bush schedules a world tour of Jewish holy sites in Israel and Holocaust sites in Poland and other parts of Eastern Europe in...

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