WHEN THE WORLD SEEMED NEW: George H.W. Bush and the End of the Cold War
The collapse of the Soviet Union was the greatest shock to international affairs since WWII. As Engel reveals in this page-turning history, President H.W. Bush rose to the occasion brilliantly. Based on previously classified documents, and interviews with all the principals, he delivers a riveting account of a president with his calm hand on the tiller. 16 pages of photos, some color.
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