PRESIDENT GEORGE H.W. BUSH - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 04/15/1982 - HFSID 327078
GEORGE H.W. BUSH The then-Vice President of the United States offers a young voter some advice on how best to choose a candidate to support, signs name in blue ink Typed letter signed: "George Bush" in blue ink. 1 page, 7x9. Written on official Vice Presidential letterhead. Washington, D.C. April 15, 1982. Addressed to Mr.
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GEORGE H.W. BUSH
The then-Vice President of the United States offers a young voter some advice on how best to choose a candidate to support, signs name in blue ink
Typed letter signed: "George Bush" in blue ink. 1 page, 7x9. Written on official Vice Presidential letterhead. Washington, D.C. April 15, 1982. Addressed to Mr. Lee Kramer of Great Neck, New York. In full: "One of the nicest things about being the Vice President is hearing from the young people of our country. Your confusing in deciding which candidate is best is not unusual. There are often several good people running for the same office. I can only suggest that you gather as much information about each candidate as you can, including voting records, philosophy, stands on issues, etc. decide which party more nearly reflects your beliefs; then vote for the person whose philosophy, character, party affiliation and leadership qualifications coincide with your standards. It is not always an easy process, but how great that we have the freedom to choose. Thank you for your letter and your interest. Sincerely". George H.W. Bush, born in Milton, Massachusetts in 1924, was Ronald Reagan's Vice President (1981-1989) before serving as 41st U.S. President (1989-1993), the first incumbent Vice President to be elected President since 1836. Bush's distinguished resume included oil company executive, Texas Congressman, Chairman of the Republican Party, Director of Central Intelligence, Ambassador to China and Ambassador to the United Nations. As President he conducted a largely successful foreign policy, including the first Gulf War against Iraq, Operation Desert Storm, and the 1989 invasion of Panama to depose General Manuel Noriega. But a sluggish domestic economy, and a tax increase which broke his famous "Read my lips: No - new - taxes" speech, doomed his bid for re-election. His son, George W. Bush, became 43rd president in 2001 and served two terms. James McNerney, former CEO of 3M Corporation and currently of Boeing, was named head of the Export Council by President Obama. Normal mailing folds. Slightly toned. Light surface creases. Otherwise, fine condition.
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