The Making of Mitt Romney
The Boston Globe
In his first year as governor, Mitt Romney pressured William M. Bulger to retire as president of the University of Massachusetts about six weeks after Bulger testified before a congressional committee about his contacts with his brother, fugitive mobster, James “Whitey” Bulger, who is accused of 19 murders.
In his first year as governor, Mitt Romney pressured William M. Bulger to retire as president of the University of Massachusetts about six weeks after Bulger testified before a congressional committee about his contacts with his brother, fugitive mobster, James “Whitey” Bulger, who is accused of 19 murders.
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