George Bush

41st president of the United States (1989%E2%80%931993) George Bush

George Herbert Walker Bush is an American politician who served as the 41st President of the United States (1989–93). He had previously served as the 43rd Vice President of the United States (1981–89), a congressman, an ambassador, a Director of Central Intelligence, and is currently the oldest surviving president. Bush was born in Milton, Massachusetts, to Senator Prescott Bush and Dorothy Walker Bush.
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George H. W. Bush's personal information overview.
Birthday
12 June 1924
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EPA administrator Scott Pruitt kept close tabs on scrubbing agency's climate websites, documents show
Yahoo News - 20 days
Soon after taking office on Feb. 17, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) administrator Scott Pruitt set out to revamp his agency's websites in order to take down longstanding information on climate science and policy. This included the agency's authoritative resources on climate science findings and data, a climate change for kids page, and a website detailing the landmark Clean Power Plan.  Documents released Monday by the Environmental Defense Fund show that Pruitt was involved in ordering and monitoring his staff's progress in taking down these specific websites, and putting up interim redirect sites in their stead.  SEE ALSO: Trump's big EPA website change should make you furious For example, on April 28, 2017, J.P. Freire, then the chief of public affairs at the EPA, wrote to agency web and public affairs staff to direct them to remove and archive content on several EPA webpages, including the Clean Power Plan site and the main climate science section, which had remained online...
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How Trump's SOTU can unify politicians and the public
Fox News - 21 days
Former chief of staff to George H.W. Bush John Sununu previews the president's address on 'America's Newsroom.'
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Edward Rowny, Outspoken Treaty Negotiator, Dies at 100
NYTimes - about 2 months
General Rowny advised presidents from Richard Nixon to George H.W. Bush during talks with the Soviet Union about nuclear arms. He could be blunt.
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WATCH: Multiple women accuse former President George HW Bush of inappropriate grabbing
ABC News - 3 months
Seven women have come forward accusing former President George H.W. Bush of touching them inappropriately.
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Neither George Bush voted for Trump, book author tells New York Times
Reuters.com - 4 months
(Reuters) - George H.W. Bush and his son George W. Bush did not vote for fellow Republican Donald Trump last year, says the author of a new book on the 41st and 43rd U.S. presidents in which they open up about their disapproval of the man now occupying the White House.
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George H.W. Bush apologizes after actress accuses him of groping
Reuters.com - 4 months
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Former U.S. President George H.W. Bush apologized through a spokesman on Wednesday for what an actress described as a sexual assault but which Bush said was intended as a friendly pat and a joke to put her at ease during a picture-taking session.
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Barbershop: Let's Talk Bush, Bannon, Gold Star Families And Trump
NPR - 4 months
NPR's Lakshmi Singh talks with Mary Kate Cary, former speechwriter for President George H.W. Bush; Sarah Westwood of the Washington Examiner; and Danielle Belton, editor-in-chief of The Root.
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All The Living Former U.S. Presidents Rally To Help Hurricane Victims
Yahoo News - 5 months
All our living former presidents are asking Americans to come together to help those who have been devastated by hurricanes. Former U.S. Presidents Jimmy Carter, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama are uniting to promote the “One America Appeal,” a charitable fund that will aid the victims of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. “Hurricane Harvey brought terrible destruction, but it also brought out the best in humanity,” Clinton said in the video.
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US Navy take part in war games off Scotland's coast as they help train British forces 
Yahoo News - 7 months
Members of Britain's new carrier strike group are engaged with the US Navy and other international allies in Exercise Saxon Warrior, aboard American aircraft carrier the USS George HW Bush. The 97,000-tonne and 1,092ft Nimitz class aircraft carrier was off the coast of Scotland on Sunday in the latest phase of the war game, ahead of the UK's carrier strike group setting up on the Queen Elizabeth in the coming months. F/A-18 Hornet pilots return from a flight during joint military exercise, Saxon Warrior, aboard the USS George H.W. Bush on August 6, 2017 off the north west coast of the United Kingdom Credit: Getty Images Europe/ Dan Kitwood Commander Betton, commander of the Royal Navy's carrier strike group, told the Press Association the two new carriers marked a huge step for UK defence that would "usher in a new era of carrier strike activity". Speaking aboard USS George HW Bush, he added: "Carrier enabled power projection, which is the formal term for this capability, offers strat...
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Russia will overshadow Trump's presidency unless he takes action
Chicago Times - 7 months
Presidents are rarely afforded the luxury of choosing their foreign-policy priorities. Instead, their international agendas are shaped by events — George H.W. Bush’s and Bill Clinton’s by the collapse of the Soviet Union, George W. Bush’s by the Sept. 11 attacks, and Barack Obama’s by the Arab...
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Trump's permanent state of crisis
CNN - 8 months
Shortly before his first Fourth of July in office, Ronald Reagan honored the NAACP by addressing its convention. Eight years later, President George H.W. Bush declared, ''The law cannot tolerate any discrimination, and my administration will not tolerate abuse of that principle.'' In 2001, his son used his first July Fourth in office to advocate "brotherly love" in Philadelphia. Bush's successor, Barack Obama, made news when he warned that Russia's Vladimir Putin still had "one foot" in the Cold War.
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Patagonia's CEO Is Ready To Lead The Corporate Resistance To Donald Trump
Huffington Post - 8 months
NEW YORK ― On a cloudy May morning, Rose Marcario, the chief executive of outdoor retailer Patagonia, stared out a second-story window of a Manhattan restaurant, watching construction workers jackhammer the street below. The workers made her think of her grandfather, an Italian immigrant who, after making it through Ellis Island in the 1920s, got his first job digging the streets of this city. He earned 10 cents a day and had to bring his own shovel. People regularly spat at him and sneered at his broken English.  “He’d tell me, ‘I didn’t mind that, because I knew that someday in the future, you were going to have a better life,’” she recalled.   His sacrifice has been weighing on Marcario lately. She isn’t a parent herself, but she thinks of her young cousins, nieces and nephews. She wants them to inherit a planet with a stable climate and normal sea levels ― a country that still has some pristine wilderness left. Her job ― running a privately held company with roughly $800 m...
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Former Panamanian Strongman Manuel Noriega Dead At 83
Huffington Post - 9 months
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From the shove to the orb, no single Trump moment from trip abroad stands out. There are too many
LATimes - 9 months
Many presidential trips, both within the U.S. and abroad, have provided standout moments. Sometimes they’ve been of historic significance: John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan at the Berlin Wall, Richard M. Nixon at China’s Great Wall. Occasionally they’ve been embarrassing: George H.W. Bush getting...
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No Excuse Teaching
Huffington Post - 9 months
This past summer — amid the contentious presidential campaign, all the lies and all the disappointments of a choice between such flawed candidates — my son and I were arguing about the viability of those running for third parties. He found my alleged pragmatism frustrating. Then he blamed the whole mess on the sorry state of our education system. The whole thing — public, private, parochial — including me. Humanity, he reminded me, depends on our education system — and look at who the electorate had settled for. I couldn’t argue. Not even to deny my own culpability. I am a part of the system. And while I don’t blame myself for our collective failures ― who among us is ever willing to do that? — I probably could do better. I can cite countless obstacles I confront every day — insufficient resources, emotionally and psychologically crippled students, economic injustices that have undermine the long-term success of my students. But these are not excuses and we cannot allo...
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    LATE ADULTHOOD
  • 2016
    Age 91
    His second son, Jeb Bush, served as the 43rd Governor of Florida (1999–2007) and made an unsuccessful run for the Republican Party nomination for the office in 2016.
  • 2015
    Age 90
    In July 2015, Bush suffered a severe neck injury.
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    According to Time.com, Bush had a net worth of $20 million in 2015.
  • 2014
    Age 89
    On June 12, 2014, Bush fulfilled a long-standing promise by skydiving on his 90th birthday.
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    Also in early 2014, the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation presented the Profile in Courage Award to Bush and Mount Vernon awarded him its first Cyrus A. Ansary Prize.
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    In April 2014, Frederick D. McClure, chief executive of the Bush library foundation, organized a three-day gathering in College Park, Texas, to mark the 25th anniversary of the Bush administration.
  • 2013
    Age 88
    In July 2013, Bush had his head shaved in a show of support for the two-year-old son of a member of his security detail, who had leukemia.
    On July 15, 2013, President Barack Obama welcomed President Bush to the White House to celebrate the 5,000th Daily Point of Light Award.
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  • 2011
    Age 86
    On February 15, 2011, he was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom—the highest civilian honor in the United States—by President Barack Obama.
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    In 2011, Points of Light paid tribute to President George H. W. Bush and volunteer service at Washington, D.C.'s Kennedy Center.
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  • 2009
    Age 84
    On October 16, 2009, President Barack Obama held a Presidential Forum on Service hosted by former President George H. W. Bush and Points of Light at the George Bush Presidential Library Center on the campus of Texas A&M University.
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    Bush paid a visit to the carrier again on May 26, 2009.
    On January 10, 2009, both George H. W. and George W. Bush were present at the commissioning of the, the tenth and last supercarrier of the United States Navy.
  • 2008
    Age 83
    By December 2008, 60% of Americans gave Bush's presidency a positive rating.
    On February 18, 2008, Bush formally endorsed Senator John McCain for the presidency of the United States.
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  • 2006
    Age 81
    In October 2006, Bush was honored by the National Italian American Foundation (NIAF) with the NIAF One America Award for fundraising, with Bill Clinton, for the victims of the 2004 tsunami and Hurricane Katrina.
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  • 2005
    Age 80
    He and Clinton appeared together in television ads in 2005, encouraging aid for victims of Hurricane Katrina and the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami.
  • 2004
    Age 79
    Bush continues to make many public appearances. He and Mrs. Bush attended the state funeral of Ronald Reagan in June 2004, and of Gerald Ford in January 2007.
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    But John J. Sweeney, President of the AFL-CIO, wrote in The Boston Globe that "the U.S. trade deficit with Canada and Mexico ballooned to 12 times its pre-NAFTA size, reaching $111 billion in 2004."
  • 2001
    Age 76
    His eldest son, George W. Bush, was inaugurated as the 43rd President of the United States on January 20, 2001, and re-elected in 2004.
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  • 1999
    Age 74
    On January 10, 1999, the Bushes became the longest-married Presidential couple in history, outlasting John and Abigail Adams, who were married for 54 years and 3 days.
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  • 1997
    Age 72
    In 1997, the same year as the opening of his Presidential Library, the Houston international airport was renamed George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
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    His presidential library was dedicated in 1997, and he has been active—often alongside Bill Clinton—in various humanitarian activities.
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  • 1995
    Age 70
    The George Bush Presidential Library is the presidential library named for Bush. This tenth presidential library was built between 1995 and 1997 and contains the presidential and vice-presidential papers of Bush and the vice-presidential papers of Dan Quayle.
  • 1993
    Age 68
    From 1993 to 1999 he served as the chairman to the board of trustees for Eisenhower Fellowships, and from 2007 to 2009 was chairman of the National Constitution Center.
    In 1993, Bush visited Kuwait to commemorate the coalition's victory over Iraq in the Gulf War, where he was targeted in an assassination plot.
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    In 1993, Bush was awarded an honorary knighthood (GCB) by Queen Elizabeth II.
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    Despite his defeat, Bush climbed back from election day approval levels to leave office in 1993 with a 56% job approval rating.
    In 1993, he was made an Honorary Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath by Queen Elizabeth II.
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    Bush described Weinberger, who was scheduled to stand trial on January 5, 1993, for criminal charges related to Iran-Contra, as a "true American patriot".
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    President Clinton would go on to make the passage of NAFTA a priority for his administration, despite its conservative and Republican roots—with the addition of two side agreements—to achieve its passage in 1993.
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    Bush left office in 1993.
  • 1992
    Age 67
    As other presidents have done, Bush issued a series of pardons during his last days in office. On December 24, 1992, he granted executive clemency to six former government employees implicated in the Iran-Contra scandal of the late 1980s, most prominently former Secretary of Defense Caspar Weinberger.
    The Bush administration proposed American aid to the region by assisting in creating a secure environment for humanitarian efforts and UN Resolution 794 was unanimously adopted by the Security Council on December 3, 1992.
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    President Bush and First Lady Barbara Bush visited Panama in June 1992, to give support to the first post-invasion Panamanian government.
    On January 8, 1992, Bush fainted after vomiting at a banquet hosted by the then Prime Minister of Japan, Kiichi Miyazawa.
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    In the wake of a weak recovery from an economic recession, along with continuing budget deficits and the controversy over his appointment of Clarence Thomas to the Supreme Court, he lost the 1992 presidential election to Democrat Bill Clinton.
  • 1991
    Age 66
    After the dissolution of the USSR in 1991, President Bush and Gorbachev declared a U.S.-Russian strategic partnership, marking the end of the Cold War.
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    Another summit was held in July 1991, where the Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START I) was signed by Bush and Gorbachev in Moscow.
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    Early on the morning of January 17, 1991, allied forces launched the first attack, which included more than 4,000 bombing runs by coalition aircraft.
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  • 1990
    Age 65
    He is also the only President to successfully veto a civil rights act, having vetoed the job-discrimination protection Civil Rights Act of 1990.
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    Bush signed a number of major laws in his presidency, including the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990; this was one of the most pro-civil rights bills in decades.
  • 1989
    Age 64
    But European leaders, including François Mitterrand and Margaret Thatcher, encouraged Bush to meet with Gorbachev, something that he did December 2 and 3, 1989.
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    In 1989, just after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Bush met with Soviet General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev in a conference on the Mediterranean island of Malta.
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    In May 1989, Panama held democratic elections, in which Guillermo Endara was elected president; the results were then annulled by Noriega's government.
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    President Bush created the Daily Point of Light Award in 1989 to recognize ordinary Americans from all walks of life taking direct and consequential voluntary action in their communities to solve serious social problems.
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    In his 1989 inaugural address, President Bush said, "I have spoken of a thousand points of light, of all the community organizations that are spread like stars throughout the Nation, doing good."
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    In March 1989, he placed a temporary ban on the import of certain semiautomatic rifles.
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    Foreign policy drove the Bush presidency: military operations were conducted in Panama and the Persian Gulf; the Berlin Wall fell in 1989, and the Soviet Union dissolved two years later.
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  • 1988
    Age 63
    Bush became a life member of the National Rifle Association early in 1988 and had campaigned as a "pro-gun" candidate with the NRA's endorsement.
    In the wake of a struggle with Congress, Bush was forced by the Democratic majority to raise tax revenues; as a result, many Republicans felt betrayed because Bush had promised "no new taxes" in his 1988 campaign.
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    Bush, occasionally criticized for his lack of eloquence when compared to Reagan, delivered a well-received speech at the 1988 Republican National Convention.
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    Leading up to the 1988 Republican National Convention, there was much speculation as to Bush's choice of running mate.
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    Early into his second term as Vice President, Bush and his aides were planning a run for the presidency in 1988.
    In 1988, Bush ran a successful campaign to succeed Reagan as President, defeating Democratic opponent Michael Dukakis.
  • 1987
    Age 62
    In the January 26, 1987, issue of Time magazine, in an article entitled "Where Is the Real George Bush?" journalist Robert Ajemian reported that a friend of Bush's had urged him to spend several days at Camp David thinking through his plans for his prospective presidency, to which Bush is said to have responded in exasperation, "Oh, the vision thing."
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    As Vice President, Bush officially opened the 1987 Pan American Games in Indianapolis. In 1988 the USS Vincennes accidentally shot down Iran Air Flight 655 killing 290 passengers.
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  • 1985
    Age 60
    Bush became the first Vice President to serve as Acting President when, on July 13, 1985, Reagan underwent surgery to remove polyps from his colon, making Bush acting president for approximately eight hours. The Reagan administration was shaken by a scandal in 1986, when it was revealed that administration officials had secretly arranged weapon sales to Iran, and had used the proceeds to fund the anticommunist Contras in Nicaragua, a direct violation of the law.
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    By the end of 1985, a committee had been established and over two million dollars raised for Bush.
  • FIFTIES
  • 1984
    Age 59
    Reagan and Bush ran for reelection in 1984.
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  • 1983
    Age 58
    In December 1983 Bush flew to El Salvador and warned that country's military leaders to end their death squads and hold fully free elections or face the loss of U.S. aid.
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  • 1981
    Age 56
    On March 30, 1981, early into the administration, Reagan was shot and seriously wounded in Washington, D.C. Bush, second in command by the presidential line of succession, was in Fort Worth, Texas, and flew back to Washington immediately.
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  • 1980
    Age 55
    With his political future seeming dismal, Bush sold his house in Houston and bought his grandfather's estate in Kennebunkport, Maine, known as "Walker's Point". At the Republican Convention, Reagan selected Bush as his Vice Presidential nominee, placing him on the winning Republican presidential ticket of 1980.
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    Bush had decided in the late 1970s that he was going to run for president in 1980; in 1979, he attended 850 political events and traveled more than to campaign for the nation's highest office.
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    Bush became involved in politics soon after founding his own oil company, serving as a member of the House of Representatives and Director of Central Intelligence, among other positions. He failed to win the Republican nomination for President in 1980, but was chosen as a running mate by party nominee Ronald Reagan, and the two were elected.
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  • 1977
    Age 52
    Between 1977 and 1979, he was a director of the Council on Foreign Relations foreign policy organization.
    After a Democratic administration took power in 1977, Bush became chairman on the Executive Committee of the First International Bank in Houston.
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  • 1976
    Age 51
    He served in this role for 357 days, from January 30, 1976, to January 20, 1977.
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    In 1976 Ford brought Bush back to Washington to become Director of Central Intelligence (DCI), replacing William Colby.
    Bush was again passed over for the vice presidency by Ford when the president chose Bush's future presidential rival, Senator Bob Dole, to replace Rockefeller on the 1976 presidential ticket.
  • FORTIES
  • 1974
    Age 49
    Nixon did this on August 9, 1974; Bush noted in his diary that "There was an aura of sadness, like somebody died.
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  • 1973
    Age 48
    Amidst the Watergate scandal, Nixon asked Bush to become chairman of the Republican National Committee in 1973.
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  • 1971
    Age 46
    He was confirmed unanimously by the Senate, and served for two years, beginning in 1971.
  • 1970
    Age 45
    Following his 1970 loss, Bush was well known as a prominent Republican businessman from the "Sun Belt", a group of states in the Southern part of the country.
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    In 1970 Nixon convinced Bush to relinquish his House seat to run for the Senate against Ralph Yarborough, a fierce Nixon critic.
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  • 1968
    Age 43
    He was elected to a second term in 1968.
    His voting record in the House was generally conservative: Bush voted for the Civil Rights Act of 1968, although it was generally unpopular in his district.
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  • 1966
    Age 41
    Bush was elected in 1966 to a House of Representatives seat from the 7th District of Texas, defeating with 57 percent of the ballots cast the Democrat Frank Briscoe, the district attorney of Harris County known for his law and order credentials and a cousin of later Governor Dolph Briscoe.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1964
    Age 39
    Bush served as Chairman of the Republican Party for Harris County, Texas in 1964, but wanted to be more involved in policy making, so he set his sights high: he aimed for a U.S. Senate seat from Texas.
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    He continued serving as president of the company until 1964, and later chairman until 1966, but his ambitions turned political.
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  • 1959
    Age 34
    In 1959, shortly after the subsidiary became independent, Bush moved the company and his family from Midland to Houston.
  • 1955
    Age 30
    The Library operates under NARA's administration and the Presidential Libraries Act of 1955's provisions.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1954
    Age 29
    In 1954 he was named president of the Zapata Offshore Company, a subsidiary which specialized in offshore drilling.
  • 1951
    Age 26
    While working for Dresser, Bush lived in various places with his family: Odessa, Texas; Ventura, Bakersfield and Compton, California; and Midland, Texas. (According to eldest son George W. Bush, then age two, the family lived in one of the few duplexes in Odessa with an indoor bathroom, which they "shared with a couple of hookers".) Bush started the Bush-Overbey Oil Development company in 1951 and in 1953 co-founded the Zapata Petroleum Corporation, an oil company that drilled in the Permian Basin in Texas.
  • 1948
    Age 23
    He graduated as a member of the Phi Beta Kappa from Yale in 1948 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in economics.
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  • 1945
    Age 20
    Upon the Japanese surrender in 1945, Bush was honorably discharged in September of that year.
    George Bush married Barbara Pierce on January 6, 1945, only weeks after his return from the Pacific.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1944
    Age 19
    Through 1944, he flew 58 combat missions for which he received the Distinguished Flying Cross, three Air Medals, and the Presidential Unit Citation awarded to San Jacinto.
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    Bush subsequently returned to San Jacinto in November 1944 and participated in operations in the Philippines until his squadron was replaced and sent home to the United States.
    His crew for the mission, which occurred on September 2, 1944, included Radioman Second Class John Delaney and Lieutenant Junior Grade William White.
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    After Bush's promotion to Lieutenant (junior grade) on August 1, 1944, the San Jacinto commenced operations against the Japanese in the Bonin Islands.
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  • 1943
    Age 18
    He was assigned to Torpedo Squadron (VT-51) as the photographic officer in September 1943.
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    After completing the 10-month course, he was commissioned as an ensign in the United States Naval Reserve at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi on June 9, 1943, just three days before his 19th birthday, which made him the youngest naval aviator to that date.
  • 1942
    Age 17
    Navy, so after graduating from Phillips Academy in 1942, he became a naval aviator at the age of 18.
  • 1941
    Age 16
    Following the attack on Pearl Harbor in December 1941, Bush decided to join the US.
    Bush was born in Milton, Massachusetts, to Prescott Bush and Dorothy Walker Bush. Following the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941, Bush postponed college, enlisted in the U.S. Navy on his 18th birthday, and became the youngest aviator in the U.S. Navy at the time.
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  • 1936
    Age 11
    Bush began his formal education at the Greenwich Country Day School in Greenwich. Beginning in 1936, he attended Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts, where he held a number of leadership positions including president of the senior class, secretary of the student council, president of the community fund-raising group, a member of the editorial board of the school newspaper, and captain of both the varsity baseball and soccer teams.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1924
    Born
    George Herbert Walker Bush was born at 173 Adams Street in Milton, Massachusetts, on June 12, 1924 to Prescott Sheldon Bush and Dorothy (Walker) Bush.
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