It’s nice to see Great Expectations: The Troubled Lives of Political Families by the Weekly Standard‘s Noemie Emery get an appreciative review in today’s Washington Post. But what in the world was the reviewer, Carolyn See, thinking when she wrote:
“Emery draws parallels between George W. Bush and John F. Kennedy — which probably would give both of them hives. Both were younger brothers, semi-rebellious, not explicitly chosen by their families for presidential laurels, but they rose to occasions of great responsibility…”
Lest that were just a slip, See repeats her error by referring to George W. Bush as “[t]he formerly rebellious younger son.” Maybe she should stick to reviewing fiction.
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