Scott Walker’s Main Chance

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In the life of politicians, single moments stand out when a decision to act or not to act defines their character and shapes their future success.  Calvin Coolidge’s stand against the Boston police strike of 1919 and Ronald Reagan’s firing in 1981 of striking air-traffic controllers . . .

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