Wayne Slater and James Moore Host Bob Edwards speaks with Texas reporters James Moore and Wayne Slater about their new book, Bush's Brain: How Karl Rove Made George W. Bush Presidential. It explores the mutually beneficial relationship between George W. Bush and his most influential advisor, Karl Rove. The authors credit Rove with using considerable political savvy and sometimes questionable tactics to propel George W. Bush into the Texas governor's mansion and ultimately the White House.
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Wayne Slater and James Moore

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Host Bob Edwards speaks with Texas reporters James Moore and Wayne Slater about their new book, Bush's Brain: How Karl Rove Made George W. Bush Presidential. It explores the mutually beneficial relationship between George W. Bush and his most influential advisor, Karl Rove. The authors credit Rove with using considerable political savvy and sometimes questionable tactics to propel George W. Bush into the Texas governor's mansion and ultimately the White House.

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