"'THE MOST CONSEQUENTIAL DECISIONS' OF HIS PRESIDENCY"
BUSH, George W. Decision Points. New York: Crown, (2010). Octavo, original half black paper boards, original dust jacket.
First trade edition of President George W. Bush's memoirs, boldly inscribed on the title page by him, "To L— Best Wishes, George W. Bush."
President George W. Bush's Decision Points is "an autobiography focused around 'the most consequential decisions' of his presidency and his personal life from his decision to give up drinking in 1986 to his decision to invade Iraq in 2003 to his decisions regarding the financial crisis of 2008" (New York Times). Published simultaneously with a signed limited edition, no priority established. With "First Edition" and complete number line on copyright page. With double-page frontispiece, 32 pages of color and black-and-white photographic illustrations.
A fine copy.