A MASTER'S PLAN: How George H.W. Bush Orchestrated His Own Perfect Memorial Service

How do you take a man — a 94-year-old man, a man who spent his life in service of his country, enlisting in the military at 18 years old to serve in World War II, where his plane was shot down and he barely escaped capture, a man who went on to become a congressman, an ambassador to China, a CIA director, a vice president and the 41st President of the United States — and sum up his life in a 90-minute memorial?

George Herbert Walker Bush had a plan, and it was wild enough to work. [READ MORE HERE]

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