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Was The NEA Right To Wait?

Hillary Clinton's "surprise" win in New Hampshire is a good reminder that one of the many outfits trying out how to influence -- and win the support of -- the eventual nominee are the unions.  The AFT endorsed Clinton last year, so they're excited she's still in it.  NEA locals are all over the place, and Clinton seems like an even more obvious choice for the NEA than for the AFT, which would have seemed to have been an Obama possibility.  Read about the labor dynamics here: Obama Win Shakes Up Labor. Not that union endorsements are necessarily all that important anymore.  Otherwise Obama wouldn't have won Iowa, right?


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