"In A Charge to Keep, George W. Bush offers readers a look at the personal and political experiences that have shaped his values and led to his decision to become a candidate for President." "The Texas Governor takes readers on his life's journey, including his childhood in West Texas, the encounter with Billy Graham that reawakened his faith, his years in the oil business and as owner of a baseball team, and his decision to run for Governor." "A Charge to Keep offers unique insight into the way he governs and how he has worked successfully with Republicans and Democrats in Texas to enact the state's two largest tax cuts and sweeping reforms in education, welfare programs, and criminal justice." "Written with his longtime communications director, Karen Hughes, George W. Bush's A Charge to Keep is a revealing look at the background, philosophy, family, and heart of a man who could be America's next president."--BOOK JACKET.
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