At Cranbrook School for Boys, Mitt Romney and his classmates “lived by the bell” and wore coats and ties to dinner. Romney made his mark at the prestigious private school, but a former classmate says, “you never saw Mitt and said, ‘That’s the governor’s son.’ He was one of the guys, quite honestly.”» E-Mail This » Add to Del.icio.us
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