The Making of Mitt Romney
The Boston Globe
Romney often shied away from the kind of back-room deal-making for which Massachusetts politics has long been known. Instead, he pushed his agenda through an artful use of the media. One such instance came in 2005, when he enlisted family members of drunk-driving victims to make emotional appeals on behalf of a stricter law.
Romney often shied away from the kind of back-room deal-making for which Massachusetts politics has long been known. Instead, he pushed his agenda through an artful use of the media. One such instance came in 2005, when he enlisted family members of drunk-driving victims to make emotional appeals on behalf of a stricter law.
(Globe Staff Photo / Bill Greene)