Photo: Jeb Bush Writing Book on Immigration
Former Florida Republican Governor Jeb Bush has announced he is penning a book on the subject of immigration that will be out in Spring of 2013.
Bush, who is also the son and brother of former U.S. President’s, has always been viewed as a moderate Republican that has long advocated his party soften their anti-immigration tone.
The book “Immigration Wars: Forging an American Solution” was co-authored with conservative activist Clint Bolick and will layout Bush’s vision for immigration reform.
The 59-year-old former Governor taught English as a second language in Leon, Mexico in his youth, which is where he met is wife Columba. The couple has three children.
Publisher Threshold Editions announced: “The book will present a comprehensive solution based on two core principles: immigration is vital to America’s future, fueling its growth, vibrancy and creativity; yet any true and enduring solution must adhere to the rule of the law.”
It is not known if Bush is hoping to push immigration reform to the forefront of U.S. policymaking or hoping it will push him to the forefront of a 2016 presidential candidacy.