The Bush Tragedy
Jacob Weisberg talked about his book The Bush Tragedy, published by Random House. In his book he presents a portrait of President George W. Bush through the family members, friends, and close advisers who have influenced him. Mr. Weisberg examines these relationships and their contribution to what he says is the downfall of the Bush presidency. He responded to questions from members of the audience. close
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Barbara Meade Co-Owner Politics and Prose Bookstore
Jacob Weisberg Chair and Editor-in-Chief Washington Post Company->Slate Group
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