Do the Right Thing

Do the Right Thing By Mike Huckabee Sentinel; 232 pages

A year later, Mike Huckabee is still looking for the woman who handed him her wedding ring at a Michigan campaign rally. "I don't have any money," he remembers her saying before she dissolved back into the crowd. For the former Arkansas governor, the gesture symbolized his remarkable campaign: a validation of the idea that anyone can be President, even a Baptist pastor with crooked teeth, no personal fortune but an amazing ability to communicate. His sixth book is part memoir and part political treatise, full of policy proposals, like a...

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