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But that does not constitute what I have grown to term “The Squire Creek Treatment.” And I have a perfect example.

When Doro Bush Koch came to Squire Creek to promote her book on her father’s life, she was already a celebrity at least several times over. Her being the daughter of the past President Bush and the sister of the current President Bush qualified her for that designation hands down. But not only that, she had written a book sure to be an instant success, and she had already been featured as a skilled author on a wide range of national and international media.

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