“It Ain’t Me”

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PERSPECTIVErna It Ain't Me ?7rnby Thomas FlemingrnAmerica's Fortunate SonsrnGeorge W. Bush conies as close as anyone to representingrnthe current American aristocracy. It is not that the Bushesrnare old family or even old money. The family fortunes arernusually traced back to great-grandfather Samuel Bush, a middleweightrnrailroad magnate in . . .

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