'The Real Romney': 10 facts about the presidential hopeful
From the biography that aims to show America the 'real' politician, here are 10 facts about Mitt Romney, the candidate some voters still feel they don't know
4. Privileged, yes. But Romney was also incomparably ambitious from the start
In “The Real Romney,” Kranish and Helman detail his education, from the elite prep school of Cranbrook to Stanford, Brigham Young, and finally the business and law schools of Harvard, where the focused student remained staunchly traditional amid the counterculture of the 60s and 70s (he reportedly never drank or smoked), made few friends, and graduated cum laude, according to a review in the LA Times.