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What Scott Walker learned from surviving his recall election

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During the uproar over his reforms to Wisconsin's labor laws, Republican Gov. Scott Walker got used to shrugging off bad polls. He was jarred out of his complacency one day though when a woman asked him, “Scott, why are you doing this?” That was because the woman was his wife, Tonette. He had assumed she understood what he was doing, only to learn that she was skeptical, too. “If my own wife...

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