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Two Romneys, by Jill Lapore at The New Yorker Magazine Online

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George Romney was fifty-nine when he ran for reëlection as Michigan's governor, in 1966. In this half-hour television special (see a clip above or the full-length version below), he explains his policies and plans for the state. (I came across the film in the records of Campaigns, Inc., in the California State Archives, while researching a piece on the history of political consulting.)

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only the headline at the New Yorker appears, but i... by Gentry L Rowsey on Tuesday, Sep 25, 2012 at 1:31:54 PM