Mormon in the White House?
Hugh Hewitt

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Narrated By: Lloyd James

Duration: 9 hours and 47 minutes

What to expect

He may be the only Republican who can deny John McCain the nomination, and he may be the only Republican who can stop Hillary Clinton. He’s an incredibly successful businessman and a fiscal and social conservative who managed to win the governorship in one of the staunchest Democratic states in America. But Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney is also a devout Mormon—so what does that mean for the election of 2008?

In the first book on this intriguing candidate, Hugh Hewitt sets out to explain Romney, his faith, and the importance of that debate. Mixing exclusive interviews with the governor and candid conversations with some of the country’s leading Christian pastors and shrewdest political observers, this is a riveting look inside the most wide-open battle for the presidency since 1948.


Biography: historical, political and military, Political leaders and leadership, Elections and referenda, Political campaigning and advertising, Central / national / federal government, Right-of-centre democratic ideologies, Centrist democratic ideologies, Religion and politics

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“Hewitt is…astute about examining the ‘Mormon issue’ from a range of angles.”

Washington Post

“Hewitt’s enthusiasm is a bug any voter would want to catch.”

New York Post

“The portrait that emerges from Hewitt’s useful and fast-paced book is of Romney as a dedicated family man, an experienced manager, and a savvy politician.”

City Journal

“Hewitt is an agreeable…writer, wise enough to take detours (such as an edifying primer on Mormon history and thought) that stave off tedium…An efficient and effective exercise in political hagiography.”

Publishers Weekly

“Hewitt relies on exclusive interviews with the governor, his family, and closest associates, along with candid conversations with some of the country’s shrewdest political observers and…leaders to make a sober and thorough assessment of Romney’s viability as a Republican presidential nominee.”