WHEN THE WORLD SEEMED NEW: George H.W. Bush and the End of the Cold War
Based on previously classified documents and interviews with all of the principals, Engel gives a riveting fly on the wall account of a president with his calm hand on the tiller, guiding the nation through a critical turning point in history: the end of the Cold War. 16 pages of photos, some color.
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