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The Family Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 22 Summary

Kitty Kelley
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Chapter 22 Summary and Analysis

George Bush Sr.'s term as president is characterized by many important events. One of the first factors to emerge is the popularity of Barbara Bush, who sets out to show herself as a simple grandmother who is very different from her predecessor, Nancy Reagan. She is known to be very angry and abusive to her staff and those who cross her but in most public venues, she is portrayed as simple and kind. This image continues throughout her time in the White House, despite many opinions by staff and family that she is not the wallflower that she is portrayed as. One of her most important acts is writing a book about her dog, Millie, who is her constant companion at the White House.

George's political outlook is not good during the opening years of his administration. During the first two weeks, he nominates...

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