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In a new era of politics, looking back at the restraint of George H. W. Bush

The more the American political climate today resembles a personality-driven reality show, the more the country's nostalgia seems to grow for restrained elder statesmen like George H. W. Bush. "There's clearly a new appreciation of his grace, of his dignity," biographer Jon Meacham says. "But we miss the point of Bush if we simply focus on his good […]
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