Summary of “Bush Redux”
In “Bush Redux“ appearing in the January 22, 2001 issue of U.S. News and World Report, journalist Kenneth T Walsh points out the differences and similarities between George W. Bush and his father. Now that he’s on the verge of power-in effect, taking over where his father left off- the big questions are how his leader ship will compare with his namesake’s and how much the second Bush Presidency will
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to direct the investment of part of their Social Security payments; improving Medicare by helping the elderly buy private insurance for prescription drugs; and strengthening the military by increasing pay, enhancing readiness, and building a missile defense system.
For Kenneth T. Walsh the main idea of the piece lies in what George W. Bush will do differently and similarly to what his father did and what his plans for the future of our country are.