Bush, George H. W. (1924–)

AS A YOUNG MAN, George Herbert Walker Bush, the future 41st president of the United States, served in the U.S. Navy during World War II as a pilot before entering college. Like his father Prescott, Bush attended Yale University and was a member of an elite society, Skull and Bones.

Bush began his political career in the 1960s, serving two terms as a representative from Texas before holding various high-level positions within the federal government including: ambassador to the United Nations, chairman of the Republican National Committee, chief of the U.S. Liaison Office to China, and director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).

Focusing on Bush's public record in white-collar crime, numerous examples can be found to illustrate Bush's alleged involvement in crimes ranging from political ...

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