Prisoner of Washington

Walsh, Kenneth T.
August 1992
U.S. News & World Report;8/24/92, Vol. 113 Issue 8, p22
Discusses the reasons why a real makeover for President George Bush is not likely to be in progress. Bush is a fully formed character, steeped in the genteel ways of the old-fashioned Washington establishment. Little chance that Bush can break the capital's shackles; His governing philosophy is in tatters; Evidence that he has overcome his recent diffidence; Bush's autobiography `Looking Forward'; Issues under scrutiny for Bush; More.


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