BUSH, GEORGE H.W.

President George H.W. Bush Mentions: “Randy Hearst’s editorial about China”

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BUSH, GEORGE H.W. (b.1924). Forty-first president of the United States and father of George W. Bush, the forty-third president. ALS. (“George Bush”). 2pp. Oblong 12mo. Washington, D.C., December 15, 1989. Written as president on a correspondence card that illustrates the White House facade. To Joe.

 

I was delighted by Randy Hearst’s editorial about China. Will you please tell him he is ‘right on’ but, more, that I am very grateful. Have a very Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Decade…”

 

After serving in the U.S. Navy, Bush, the son of a Connecticut senator, entered the oil business, and became a millionaire by age 40. He was also a successful politician, representing Texas in the House of Representatives from 1967-1971. President Nixon appointed Bush U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, and under President Ford he served in a diplomatic position in China. He was the Director of CIA for one year before joining Ronald Reagan’s presidential ticket, serving two terms as vice president. In 1988, Bush ran for the country’s highest office and defeated Michael Dukakis. The Bush administration witnessed the collapse of the Soviet Union, the invasion of Panama, the Gulf War, and the signing of the North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Bush ran for reelection in 1992 but lost to Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton.

 

Randolph Apperson Hearst (1915-2000)was the eldest and last surviving son of newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst as well as the father of Patty Hearst, whose 1974 kidnapping by the Symbionese Liberation Army was a media sensation. Randy, as he was known, was president and editor of The San Francisco Examineras well as chairman of the Hearst Corporation from 1973-1996.

 

In June 1989, the Chinese government earned international condemnation for its violent suppression of a student protests in Tiananmen Square during which martial law was declared and hundreds of protestors were killed. The suppression of the pro-democracy movement led Western nations to impose sanctions and arms embargos.

 

In excellent condition.

 

 

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