The Real Romney

The Real Romney

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“Absorbing and fair-minded.”

New York Times

“Romney’s story in full and clear detail…fascinating in-depth stuff.”

Los Angeles Times

“A fascinating story [that] sheds next light on an elusive subject.”

Boston Globe

Despite his political prominence, Mitt Romney remains an enigma to many in America. Who is the man behind that sweep of dark hair and the high-wattage smile? A savvy politician or someone who will simply say anything to win? A business… (more)

Editorial reviews (3 reviews)

There's Mistrust: lots of people think Romney is a phoney who'll say anything to get elected. There's Mislike: his family and friends say he's delightful, but on the campaign trail he comes across as detached and wooden.

Peggie Hayes, a single woman with a child, was in Romney's ward when she became pregnant. She alleges that Romney threatened her with excommunication if she didn't put up the baby for adoption, Boston Globe reporters Michael Kranish and Scott Helman write in their book The Real Romney.

The cloud of adjectives that has come to hover over the Republican candidate Mitt Romney in news reports is familiar by now: smooth, smart, slick; detached, disciplined, dogged; pragmatic, protean, phony; careful, cautious, calculating.

Book Details  

Publisher: Harper (January 10, 2012)

Format: EPUB

Page count: 416 pages

File size: 1.5 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

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