Romney can’t escape the economic divide
LOS ANGELES (MCT) — The sleepy Boston suburb that Mitt Romney has called home for much of his adult life has much to recommend it for a family. It features excellent schools, big homes, and so little excitement that a local newspaper once called it the most boring town in the region.
But there’s a division in Belmont too, that may, or may not, have been present as far back as when the painter Winslow Homer built a summer home here in the 1850s. It’s a divide between the rich and everyone else.
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