“The Bush-Cheney era weighs heavily on America. Its divisions and disappointments help to explain much about today’s politics, from public war-weariness to the anti-establishment contempt that seethes among the Republican grassroots and the Tea Party. Insiders have already penned enough don’t-blame-me memoirs and score-settling biographies to dam the Potomac. [Peter Baker’s Bush biography Days of Fire] concentrates on relations between the two men at the top of the executive branch. His shrewd, meticulous reporting offers a useful corrective to tales of a puppet-master deputy manipulating an inexperienced boss”.
 “Bush’s legacy” The Economist (26 Oct 2013). http://www.economist.com/news/united-states/21588363-best-account-yet-failed-presidency-bushs-legacy.