George Herbert Walker Bush was elected as the 41st president of the United States in 1989 and served one term which was completed in 1993. (stafoff 209) However he had served as vice president of the United States twice in a row under Ronald Reagan. (George Bush.) His vice presidency started in 1981 and ended in 1989. (George Bush.) He ran and was elected as president directly after his terms as vice president. (George Bush.) Many people think bush wasn’t the greatest president we have had to date but he wasn’t the worst. (George Bush.) His presidency started off bad but gradually got better the more time went on.
Bush was born to Dorothy Walker Bush and Prescott Bush in Milton Massachusetts June twelfth, 1924. (George Bush.) His parents brought him up in Greenwich Connecticut and in 1942 he graduated from Philips academy located in Andover Massachusetts. (George Bush.) Bush then joined the U.S. Naval Reserve and fought in world war two. (George Bush.) “When he received his wings shortly before his 19th birthday, Bush was the nation’s youngest commissioned pilot at the time.” (George Bush.) The Distinguished Flying Cross for bravery was rewarded to him when his plane was shot down on September second, 1944. (George Bush.) He also earned his wings before he turned nineteen, in this period of time Bush was known as the youngest commissioned pilot in the U.S. (George Bush.) In the following years after his military enrollment he went to Yale in1945. (George Bush.) There he took classes that revolved around economics and participated in baseball. (George Bush.) In fact, Bush was captain of the baseball team. (George Bush.) He moved to Texas in 1948 after he graduated from Yale and began working in the oil industry. (George Bush.) This led to good things as later on he found himself president of an independent offshore oil drilling company. (George Bush.) 1964 was when Bush started getting into politics, in this year he ran for a seat in the U.S. senate from...
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