The second half of the twentieth century may well be titled by history "The Bush Era" for indeed no family has been more at the forefront of that time period than two United States Presidents, a Florida Governor and Connecticut United States Senator all with the last name Bush and all the same family.
This book illustrates the wide variety of objects used in political campaigns in America and in particular the Bush family campaigns. For a collector it is a dream to see the sheer volume of items. It matters little what a person collects as there is something here for that collector whether it be dolls, thimbles, postcards, toys, bottles, or as could be expected--political campaign buttons, bumper stickers and posters.
The author of this volume started collecting Bush memorabilia at the beginning in 1964 when George H. W. Bush ran for the U. S. Senate in Texas the first time and when the author was only 13 and has never stopped collecting. This book is the result.