Ranch Dressing

Curtis, Bryan
April 2001
New Republic;04/02/2001, Vol. 224 Issue 14, p21
Focuses on the author's visit to Crawford, Texas, site of United States President George W. Bush's ranch, to learn what the locals think of the President. Bush's efforts to gain a rural connection without cutting off his ties with the state's elites; Analysis of how well Bush has succeeded in his image-making; Comparison to the rural image-making of former President Lyndon Johnson; Crawford's attitude toward its media attention.


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