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No apology : believe in America, the case for American greatness

著者: Mitt Romney
出版商: New York, N.Y. : St. Martin's Griffin, 2011, ©2010.
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Reacting to President Obama's remarks in which he repeatedly apologizes for America's international power, Mitt Romney, a former governor of Massachusetts and presidential hopeful in the 2008 Republican primary, asserts that American strength is essential, not just for our own well-being, but for the world's, and proposes a new commitment to citizenship. He outlines simple solutions to rebuild industry, create good  再读一些...
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ISBN: 9780312671730 0312671733
OCLC号码: 648922945
注意: Includes index.
Hardcover edition published in 2010. Paperback edition published in 2011 with a new subtitle and featuring a new introduction.
描述: 339 p. ; 22 cm.
内容: Believe in America --
The pursuit of the difficult --
Why nations decline --
The pursuit of power --
Pathways of American power --
A free and productive economy --
The worst generation? --
Healing health care --
An American education --
Running low --
The culture of citizenship --
America the beautiful --
Agenda for a free and strong America.
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Reacting to President Obama's remarks in which he repeatedly apologizes for America's international power, Mitt Romney, a former governor of Massachusetts and presidential hopeful in the 2008 Republican primary, asserts that American strength is essential, not just for our own well-being, but for the world's, and proposes a new commitment to citizenship. He outlines simple solutions to rebuild industry, create good jobs, reduce out of control spending on entitlements and healthcare, dramatically improve education, and restore a military battered by eight years of war. He draws on lessons learned from the collapse of great powers in the past to propose stategies for strengthening America and preserving its global leadership.

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