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Why Romney Lost

Why Romney Lost

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by David Frum
     
 

WHY ROMNEY LOST is a forthright analysis that offers a bold, hopeful plan for Republican success in the years ahead. David Frum urges a Republican party that is culturally modern, economically inclusive, and environmentally responsible - a party that can meet the challenges of the Obama years and lead a diverse America to a new age of freedom and prosperity.

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WHY ROMNEY LOST is a forthright analysis that offers a bold, hopeful plan for Republican success in the years ahead. David Frum urges a Republican party that is culturally modern, economically inclusive, and environmentally responsible - a party that can meet the challenges of the Obama years and lead a diverse America to a new age of freedom and prosperity.

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ISBN-13:
9781625399366
Publisher:
Newsweek
Publication date:
11/09/2012
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Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
961,017
File size:
953 KB

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Why Romney Lost 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am a liberal who voted for President Obama. That being said, I thought David Frum's book was very insightful and well-reasoned. I may disagree with many of his views, but I think he has hit the nail on the head regarding this election.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If the big surprise for the Republican party was that President Obama won re-election and the self-appointed wealthy messiah lost, this book may help you understand what really happened. Not only did the Romney campaign have an unrealistic expectation of the people's will, the continuing parade of Mr. Romney's gaffes convinced a substantial percentage of the electorate that the Republican nominee was simply too out of touch with the current state of the nation. Mr. Frum's slender book offers a focused and precise analysis of what happened, why it happened, and what the Republican Party needs to do to regain traction in the face of the seismic changes now transforming the American political demographic. Published within days of the election, Frum's cogent prose offers penetrating insight into a catalog of missteps, mistakes, and misconceptions that are tragically funny and, equally, tragically telling. This clear-headed review of one of the biggest surprises in recent electoral politics -- at least to Republicans -- outlines a plan the Party can implement if it hopes to retain any semblance of relevance going forward. Read it and laugh, or read it and think, but read it. Incidentally, I found this to be an excellent NOOK book. The NOOK format lends itself beautifully to the scope and length of the volume. And, since it's now a part of my e-library, I'm not likely to lose it on a shelf some place and forget where it is. That will make it convenient if I want to read it again in 2016, if the Republicans lose that election, too. In fact, the format was so convenient, I almost missed turning the pages.
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Not about Romney. Shoud be called Why Republicans Are Out of Favor.
Zydecokid More than 1 year ago
David Frum has shown a light on the Republican Party that was greatly needed. Every person who sincerely cares about where the Republicans are going in the future needs to read this book. Unfortunately, I have a feeling the "leadership" will try to point their lemmings to the kool aid pitches instead. Frum really raises more questions than he answers, but they are vital to the survival of the party. I hope everyone will take the time to read this brief but accurate assessment of the last election.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a hard book to understand. Too many facts and figures. I wish it could have been written in a more simplistic manner.