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Presidents of the United States
George H. W. Bush

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Presidents of the United States


George H. W. Bush
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Vocabulary
     challenging words:    vice, affected, term, alongside, jobs, suffering, however, born, earn, aside, several, during, government, industry, since, college
     content words:    George H. W., World War II, Ronald Reagan, United States, Soviet Union, First Gulf War, Gulf War, William Clinton, President Clinton, George W.


George H. W. Bush
By Meg Leonard
  

1     George H.W. Bush was our forty-first president. He was born in Massachusetts in 1924. Bush joined the Navy when he was 18. He became the youngest Navy pilot at the time to earn his pilot's wings. He was a hero during World War II. After the war, Bush went to Yale. He was captain of the baseball team. After college, Bush moved to Texas. He worked in the oil industry. Bush was in the House of Representatives. He was also given several important government jobs. In 1980, Ronald Reagan chose Bush to run as his vice president. He was vice president for eight years. Bush was elected president in 1988. At this time, the world was changing. The United States and the Soviet Union were starting to work together. They had not done .....
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