Mitt Romney’s Book Cover Unveiled

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No Apology Book Cover

No Apology Book Cover

Mitt Romney’s new book now has a face and is due to be released March 2, 2010. Mark your calendars. The book, No Apology – The Case for American Greatness, is available in hardback for pre-sale at Amazon for $17.15.

I don’t think I need to mention that I’m extremely excited for this book. Romney has only authored one other book which was entitled Turnaround. In it Romney describes in great detail the struggles faced by the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics after it was rocked by scandal, and the fantastic tale of how it was literally saved from the brink. Turnaround is by no means a breeze read, but very rewarding and offers and acute insight into immense problem solving and managerial capabilities of Governor Romney. In it Romney also shows off his skills as an wordsmith – he uses no ghostwriter for his literature. He’s quite adept in laying out very complex problems for the reader to easily understand, and follow the logic to the solutions that were provided, in this case regarding the Olympics.

No Apology – The Case for American Greatness is being published by St. Martin’s Press.

..the book outlines what appears to be a campaign platform: Mr. Romney’s views on how to create a stronger economy, military and families, and his vision on jobs, education, health care, energy and citizenship. The manuscript is currently 304 pages.

“Stronger economy, military and families” = all three legs of the conservative stool: Ficon, Defcon, and SoCon, respectively.

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2 Responses to Mitt Romney’s Book Cover Unveiled

  1. Luke says:

    Can’t wait to read it!

  2. Dan says:

    I’m so glad it can be pre-bought already! Now, I can ask for both of Mitt’s books for Christmas.