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David Frum’s new Newsweek eBook, “Why Romney Lost,” is out today for $3.99. It looks like a nice deep dive into what, exactly, happened to the GOP these past few months—and how Republicans can recover by evolving into a party more fit for the 21st century.
Why Romney Lost is a forthright analysis that offers a bold, hopeful plan for Republican success in the years ahead. David Frum urges a Republican party that is culturally modern, economically inclusive, and environmentally responsible - a party that can meet the challenges of the Obama years and lead a diverse America to a new age of freedom and prosperity.
"Mitt Romney is playing an old Republican game: if you don’t like the reality that exists, try to create a new one", writes special correspondent Michael Tomasky in this week’s issue - can the president close the deal on November 6th? PLUS, Simon Schama on 50 iconic years of Bond and on tablet watch a very rare interview with Korean pop sensation Psy on the inspiration behind his "Gangnam Style" http://bit.ly/TjJF2y
We’ve got exclusive footage that reveals how Paul Ryan has been helping Mitt Romney prepare for tonight’s debate.
Go ahead and Google “completely wrong” and see what happens.
Mitt Romney’s campaign headquarters sits in the heart of Boston, one of the country’s most liberal cities. So what does the neighborhood think of its GOP neighbor? Eli Lake of The Daily Beast and Rocco Castoro of VICE decided to visit Boston to find out – only things didn’t go exactly as planned.
Is Mitt Romney a wimp? That’s our cover this week, which asks if the former Massachusetts governor—who’s dodging the press, hiding his tax returns, and fearing the base—is too insecure to be president.
You can download the issue on the iPad later this morning—or see it on real-life newsstands tomorrow.
A vault! (From a New York Times story about the detailed hunt for Mitt Romney’s VP choice.)
Here we have Mitt Romney getting booed—twice—at the 103rd NAACP convention. The first was for saying he’d repeal Obamacare. The second came when Romney said, “If you want a president who will make things better in the African American community, you are looking at him.”
Mitt Romney to the NAACP. Bold. Crazy?