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Wednesday, June 06, 2012

Supporters of Governor Scott Walker gather to celebrate his victory in the Wisconsin recall election. (Scott Olson/Getty)

Wisconsin voters have rejected the measure to recall Republican Governor Scott Walker. Matt Kittle of the Wisconsin Reporter and Nia Malika-Henderson of the Washington Post discuss the implications. Plus: Gail Collins on how Texas is "hijacking" the national political agenda; Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy; and adventures in historical reenactments.

The Wisconsin Recall Election

Wisconsin voters rejected the efforts to recall Governor Scott Walker. Wisconsin Reporter's Matt Kittle and The Washington Post's Nia-Malika Henderson discuss the results of the election, and the implications for other 2012 elections.

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Wall Street Money: Good for Romney?

Director of the Business and Economics Reporting Program at CUNY Journalism School and contributor to Crain's New York Business, Greg David, questions whether Wall Street's "embrace" of Mitt Romney is good for Romney or the economy.

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Constitution State Check-In

Connecticut Governor Dan Malloy discusses some of his recent legislative efforts in Connecticut - from education reform to death penalty reform - and the state of national politics.

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As Texas Goes

Gail Collins talks about her book, As Texas Goes...: How the Lone Star State Hijacked the American Agenda and how ideas from Texas, more than the East or West coasts, drive U.S politics.

— Events: Gail Collins at Kaufman Concert Hall | June 14, 2012 at 8 pm | Gail Collins at the New-York Historical Society Museum and Library | June 21, 2012 at 6:30 pm | 

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A Historical Reenactor

Charlie Schroeder talks about the year he spent reenacting one battle after another, from ancient Rome to Stalingrad, in his book Man of War: My Adventures in the World of Historical Reenactment.

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