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The Romney-Reagan remix

Mitt would like to draw comparisons to the late president, but what do they really have in common?

By Alex Beam
Globe Columnist / March 9, 2010

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Mitt Romney was on the David Letterman show last week and hit a home run. It was two white guys from the Midwest, born in 1947, chatting amiably about the icons of yesteryear: Earl Scheib, the car-painting magnate; the Studebaker (a car, for you younger readers) and the Rambler Classic, manufactured by AMC, the automobile company managed by Mitt’s father, ... (Full article: 715 words)

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