The Games Do Count - Study Guide George W. Bush Summary & Analysis

Brian Kilmeade
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George Bush grew up in a competitive family with a father who was the captain of the Yale baseball team. George began playing baseball at a young age but never felt pressured to do well, just to enjoy the game. George played baseball at Yale like his father, but did not take it nearly as seriously as the other boys because his talent simply did not match his enthusiasm. Later, as owner of the Texas Rangers, George learned to view the players not by their stats but by who they were as men. George liked to find out what other world leaders played and to join them in their favorite sports activity. George also believed that sports are a great way to help Americans remain healthy.

George Bush learned that games are meant to be fun, touching on the theme of...

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