The Making of Mitt Romney
The Boston Globe
His father, people noticed, would listen intently to what Mitt had to say, as if hearing out an adult or colleague. And Mitt, for his part, unabashedly idolized his father. 'He was the person who I keyed my life off of,' Romney told the Globe. 'He was the person who I looked at as being the definition of a successful human.'
His father, people noticed, would listen intently to what Mitt had to say, as if hearing out an adult or colleague. And Mitt, for his part, unabashedly idolized his father. "He was the person who I keyed my life off of," Romney told the Globe. "He was the person who I looked at as being the definition of a successful human."
(Provided by The Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan )