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Courtesy Parade magazine
The July 15, 2012, edition of Parade magazine features an interview with Barbara and George H.W. Bush.

Parade talks with Barbara and George Bush

These stories are part of Sunday's Parade magazine, available in the print edition of The Journal Gazette:

  • Hail to the chief: Nineteen years after leaving the White House, George H.W. Bush is seeing his legacy burnished. Here, the former president and his wife, Barbara, talk about their proudest accomplishments, how Washington has changed, and the joys of all those grandkids.
  • Summer love: Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough, the hosts of Morning Joe, write about the pleasures of road trips, fresh corn on the cob and spending time with family.

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