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Mitt Romney's struggle to convince conservatives

Mitt Romney's struggle to convince conservatives "Romney understands that his most glaring weakness may be his lack of a poetic flaw, a useful element in a politician's essential task of connecting with other human beings. Romney's perfect hair and perfect family, his abstinence from petty vices (alcohol, caffeine, and nicotine), and his relentless good cheer invite easy caricature."

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Shortlist Date: 
Tuesday, 31 January 2012 - 3:01pm
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