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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 visionary or a ruthless dealmaker? A man comfortable in his faith and devoted to family or a wealthy elitist unable to connect with the average voter?
In this definitive, unflinching, and widely acclaimed biography by Boston Globe investigative reporters Michael Kranish and Scott Helman, readers will finally discover the real Mitt Romney. Based on hundreds of interviews and years of reporting, The Real Romney presents a fascinating portrait of both the public and the private man, offering readers for the very first time a full understanding of this complex political figure.
This is an outstanding biography of Governor Mitt Romney, written by two reporters from The Boston Globe. Read morePublished 5 months ago by John E. Wade II
This book showed many facets of Mitt Romney his personality and character but even after reading it I still feel that somehow I still dont quite know who the real Mitt Romney is.Published 14 months ago by Rebecca Allison
Good book. Shows Romney's true colors.
They are not red, white and blue.
Overall, this was a very good book. The ending dragged, however. I really liked how the author clarified who Romney really was, especially his compassion when his employee's 16... Read morePublished 15 months ago by CLAIRE
I haven't had time to read the complete book, but I love Mitt Romney and what he stands for. He is a wonderful man and has done so much for others.Published 17 months ago by beehive99
A very accurate and unbiased portrayal of mitt romney. Successful businessman, committed mormon family man, middling politician with a tin ear.Published 19 months ago by Michael Kurtz
The United States of America missed out when this man wasn't elected. It saddens me how little the American people know about who gets elected. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Sandollar