The Family Themes

Kitty Kelley
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Yale as a Family Tradition

Yale University is a family tradition, especially among the men of the Bush family. Most of the men in the family attend this university. Until the 1970s, members of the family with low grades could still attend as legacies from their famous relatives. Prescott Bush attends Yale and falls in love with the University. He forms bonds in the Skull and Bones Society and the DKE fraternity. After his graduation, he remains intimately connected to the activities of the school.

George H.W. Bush attends Yale after finishing his service in World War II. He lives with his young wife Barbara and his first child is born there. George studies hard and graduates in only three years. He joins the same organizations as his father and develops a sense of pride in his connection to the University. He becomes a dedicated athlete and plays...

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