In this political memoir, the governor of Texas and front-runner for president in the year 2000 tells us who he is and what he stands for. The George W. Bush who leaps off these pages has his fathers energy, his mothers tart and honest wit, and his own irreverence and impatience. He has prospered as George and Barbaras boy—How can I deny it?—but has walked a very fine line between loyalty and independence.
He addresses the questions that may well decide who becomes the next president: crime, education, abortion, tax and tort reform, and the continuing battle for the soul of the Republican Party. He is, by no ones definition, a conventional candidate.
Will George W. Bush become the next president of the United States? A Charge to Keep will help the American public decide.