OK, I have not yet grabbed the new paperback edition of Mitt Romney's "No Apology," since I have the hardcover (which I reviewed last February along with my analysis of his 2012 remake) and I could read the new introduction online.
But now I'm going to have to get the paperback, so I can go through and see if he's altered the text from the original. I suspect he has. After all, he's altered the title.
The hardcover was called "No Apology: The case for American greatness." The paperback is "No Apology: Believe in America."
I don't care for the change, personally -- the new version is bossy, and seems to imply that I don't believe in America. (For the same reasons, I also don't care for the wording of those yellow-ribbon car magnets, "Support Our Troops." Why not "I Support Our Troops"? Or "Let's All Support Our Troops"? But I'm probably alone on that one.)
In any event, the new introduction gives me further pause, and makes me wonder whether the text itself may have been monkeyed with. Because, the intro doesn't quite fit with the tenor of the hardcover.
As I wrote in my review at the time, "No Apology" was a quite reasonable, often interesting analysis of the global security and economic challenges facing America, focused around the argument that America must remain militarily and economically dominant, lest some competing vision of humanity gain power (Russian, Chinese, or Jihadist). I found many of its arguments unpersuasive, and its criticisms of Obama unnecessarily harsh, but overall I suggested that it "might just make him the most-qualified candidate in the GOP field."