Ronald Reagan’s Acceptance Speech Lessons for Mitt Romney

Think of the Republican National Convention as an opera: There will be a baritone accuser (Chris Christie), a comic castrati (several primary challengers come to mind), a winsome soprano (Janine Turner), and a charismatic tenor (Marco Rubio). At the end comes the finale, the aria called the nomination acceptance speech. So, what does Mitt Romney’s speech have to do to set the predicate to win in the fall, and what can he learn from Ronald Reagan?

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Mark Davis Mark Davis has years of experience writing for leaders at the highest levels of government, politics, business and finance.

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