The Making of Mitt Romney
The Boston Globe
In May 1968, France was paralyzed by a general strike sparked by student protests. The missionaries faced a number of challenges -- no mail, no gasoline -- but chief among them was difficulty cashing checks sent from their parents, because banks were closed. Romney led a group of missionaries into Spain to find an open bank.
In May 1968, France was paralyzed by a general strike sparked by student protests. The missionaries faced a number of challenges -- no mail, no gasoline -- but chief among them was difficulty cashing checks sent from their parents, because banks were closed. Romney led a group of missionaries into Spain to find an open bank.
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