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Bush is a Book Lover: Reading Selections from the Contest

January 14, 2009

I've received several emails in response to my December 26 WSJ Op-Ed, "Bush is a Book Lover," asking for a list of the books President Bush and I read during our book competition or, failing that, some recommendations of volumes I particularly enjoyed. While the President's complete reading list is not available now, I suspect it will be made public at sometime in the future at a time of the President's choosing. As for my list, I feel a little uncomfortable sharing it in its entirety and picking favorites is like choosing between children.

So, here are some recommendations.

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