An intellectual history of George W. Bush

A while back, James K.A. Smith linked to this portrait of George W. Bush’s thought that grew out of journalism professor Walt Harrington’s 25-year acquaintance (which grew into friendship) with him. It’s a warm and friendly portrait without being a hagiographic justification of his policies (or, on the other hand, a screed against those same policies). It’s long but good.

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