First, three biographers attempt define the issues shaping the Bush campaign and the personality behind it: Molly Ivins, co-author of Shrub: The Short but Happy Political Life of George W. Bush; Elizabeth Mitchell, author of W: Revenge of the Bush Dynasty; and Bill Minutaglio, author of First Son: …

You know, Darius once said you were the saddest person he knew.

Why did he day that?

Because he was sick. He had a fatal disease. And he was a million times happier than you.