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Summary of 41 by George W. Bush | Includes Analysis
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In his book, 41: A Portrait of my Father, George W. Bush offers an inside look at his
father, George H.W. Bush, and the family that produced the forty-first and forty-third
presidents of the United States.
On his ninetieth birthday, George H.W. made a parachute jump despite serious health
issues. He said it was his second greatest birthday wish, after happiness for his family.
Though his family worried, he had always been excited by a new adventure. When he
landed safely, he gave his jumping partner all the credit. This birthday celebration
summed up George H.W.’s character for his son. He was above all a family man, but still
loved adventure even at age ninety. He was humble, too, despite all his accomplishments.
The parachute jump was made at the family compound in Kennebunkport, Maine. The
land was bought by George H.W.’s grandfather, George Herbert Walker, an investment
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