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The Rich History of Mitt Romney

The former Massachusetts Governor and runner-up for the 2008 Republican presidential nomination is poised to make another deep run in the race for the White...

The Case for Mitt Romney

Mitt Romney does not naturally inspire adulation In school he should have been voted least likely to engender a cult of personality It is almost surprising to...

Mitt Romney Can Be Funny, It Is Claimed

One of the first things people who know Mitt Romney well tell reporters is how delightfully personable and funny he is. This is spin, of course, but it also...

How Mitt Romney’s Luck Ran Out

Mitt Romney's campaign has been star crossed, veering from one minor disaster to another. The latest example is the emergence of Romney's covertly recorded...

Romney on Immigration: Etching a New Sketch

According to The Note, here’s what Mitt Romney had to say about immigration yesterday: “This has always been a priority for the president he chooses to do...

How Mitt Romney’s Faith Could Help Him Win

For Mormons, America is a very special place indeed. It’s central to the story of their faith; it was home to the Garden of Eden and will be the site of the...

Romney Tries to Change the Subject (Yet Again)

A few days ago, Mitt Romney’s advisers promised to kick off a new phase of their campaign. This one would be built around policy specifics, supposedly...

A Young Mitt Romney’s Other Mission: Romance

In this week's cover story, Jon Meacham looks at how Romney's identity was shaped by his Mormon roots. To illustrate this formative time in the presidential...

Obama, Romney and the Politics of the Space Coast

In the run up to Florida’s Republican primary, a lot of pixels were spilled on Newt Gingrich’s lunar flight of fancy, a proposal to permanently colonize the moon...

Mitt Romney Embraces the Economy Counterfactual

A while back, we wrote that a sunnier economic outlook is calling into question who will have to make the difficult argument that the economy could have been...