The Making of Mitt Romney
The Boston Globe
Early on, Mitt stood out among his siblings as one who felt free to speak up in family councils, to ask questions that might have seemed impertinent to another. Family members recall that his brother or his sisters might say, 'Gee that sounds fabulous,' while Mitt might offer, 'Well, have you thought about this?' '
Early on, Mitt stood out among his siblings as one who felt free to speak up in family councils, to ask questions that might have seemed impertinent to another. Family members recall that his brother or his sisters might say, "Gee that sounds fabulous," while Mitt might offer, "Well, have you thought about this?' "
(Romney Family Photo)