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Bush Refuses to Surrender

N. Haridas (Author)
Synopsis The book is on George W. Bush and his adventures in power. Being the son of a former president he must have enjoyed the privileges of an important father, but until his forties he was failure in all business enterprises and these failings haunted him into his forties. Critics say he was exceptionally lucky in politics. After a life-full of set-backs, he enters politics and fights for Governor of Texas and defeats Ann Richards and wins. As Governor, his ability as ruler has been tested and proved. He was re-elected Governor in 1998, and placed himself firmly in the route for wresting the Republican nomination for presidency in 2000. In a very controversial election verdict, George W. Bush was declared president by the Supreme Court. But he proves that Bush Jr. in the White House is a very extraordinary ruler of leadership, dynamism, vision, and courage. He now represents the only superpower on earth. Enemies say he is stupid fellow placed at the centrestage only because of his father’s wealth. Wealth can buy many things but not competence. Only a Bush could transform September 11 into the fighting platform of anti-terrorism war. He invades and destroys the strongholds of the high priests of world terrorism. He went to war defiantly ignoring the desertion of mighty allies. And he is an undaunted unilateralist. He makes the terrorists on the run, and proclaims to make the world a safer place to live in. So the world looks anxiously what will be verdict of America in the next presidential poll in November 2004.
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About the author

N. Haridas

N. Haridas has worked as lawyer and Judge in Indian Judiciary. A specialist in American law and plitics, he is a regular contributor to newspapers, law journals and other magazines and perriodicals. He is the author of the book "Rao and Nixon-Sinners and Patroits", published in 1998. He maintains that American Judicial review is a power changing into naked exercise of political power by courts and this imbalances rule of law and the rule of separation of power. He criticises the vindictive role of the investigatie journalist, who is playing partisan politics and manufacature news to accommodate party loyalties. The role role of Congress also is attacked as it disables the workiings of the presidency, and even forcing America to suffer military defeats. Mr. Haridas introduces a thoroughly different political outlook for the common reader as well as to students on the statesmanship and politics of George W. Bush and American democracy.

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Title Bush Refuses to Surrender
Author N. Haridas
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8178353539
length 266p., Bibliography; Index; 23cm.