Few people have earned simultaneous Juris Doctor and MBA degrees from Harvard. But Mitt Romney is one of them. He has always liked the toughest challenges. He first made a name for himself as the brilliant turnaround miracle worker and co-founder of Bain Capital. He turned the debt-ridden, scandal-plagued 2002 Olympics into a marvelous success. And he served as Governor of Massachusetts from 2003–2007 and led the effort to reform its health care system. And he is campaigning again to be our next president. He is a staunch advocate of free market economics and a devoted husband and father who believes in traditional values. Can he win? A time of national financial insecurity gives Americans an unusual opportunity for the 2012 Presidential elections in Republican front runner and accomplished businessman Mitt Romney. He is also a man of controversy, from health care reform to his choice of religion. Not since John F. Kennedy has America overcome religious prejudice to elect a statesman. And of even greater interest in 2012 is the fact that for the first time since Harry Truman, unemployment has increased during the term of a Democratic president. Would Romney's business acumen allow unemployment to decrease for the first time during the term of a Republican president? Authors Lisa Ray Turner and Kimberly Field examine Mitt Romney as a man of incredible ability and driving energy. They examine his history, his policies, his alleged flip-flopping, and the controversy surrounding his religion. As a team, they offer a unique perspective on this last issue: Turner is LDS (Mormon), and Field is an evangelical Christian. You'll find their insights fascinating.
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