As a young journalist, R. B. Scott spent more than a week with the champ in 1974.
R. B. Scott
R. B. Scott is a journalist and author of the biography “Mitt Romney: An Inside Look At The Man and His Politics” and a novel about growing-up Mormon, “Closing Circles: Trapped In The Everlasting Mormon Moment.”
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In a largely inscrutable recent media announcement, church leaders transmitted some promising progressive messages between the lines.
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The church is at an important crossroad in its 184-year history.
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With Paul Ryan anchoring the far right wing of the party, R.B. Scott says Mitt Romney can return to being the moderate Massachusetts Republican he truly is.