A Mormon in the White House?: 10 Things Every Conservative Should Know About Mitt Romney

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Simon and Schuster, Mar 12, 2007 - Biography & Autobiography - 311 pages
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According to author and radio personality Hewitt, Mitt Romney-billionaire venture capitalist, consummate family man, gifted and media-savvy politician-would be unstoppable in the coming presidential race were it not for one niggling line on his resumé: he's a Mormon. Hewitt attempts to refute the claim that no Mormon could get elected President (along with any other claim that might be made against Romney) while analyzing the former Massachusetts governor's biography and burnishing his conservative and leadership credentials. Hewitt is an agreeable writer, wise enough to take detours (such as an edifying primer on Mormon history and thought) that stave off tedium. He spends far more time extolling Romney than excoriating his Republican and Democratic opponents.
 

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User Review  - Steve Staker - Christianbook.com

This is a superb book by a Protestant lawyer and professor. It is great to find someone who is not a Mormon and is willing to examine Mormons without all the bigoted theological arguments and name ... Read full review

User Review  - James Herrick - Christianbook.com

Excellent book. The author is excelllent and the material in the book makes one realze Mr. Romney gives support for a great future for our contry and anticipation of debate with Hillaary. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
First chapter
21
Index
293
Back cover
313
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Hugh Hewitt is a lawyer, professor, and broadcast journalist whose nationally syndicated radio show is heard in more than 120 cities across the United States every weekday morning. An analyst for NBC News and MSNBC, he is the author a more than a dozen books. Hewitt is a graduate of Harvard College and the University of Michigan Law School, and has taught Constitutional Law at Chapman University Law School since it opened in 1995. He is a partner with the Los Angeles law firm of Larson O’Brien LLP and writes daily at HughHewitt.com.

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