Some national press.
Wisconsin’s Campaign to Recall Scott Walker : The New Yorker
Walker was undeterred. While tens of thousands marched and chanted in snow and sleet, he and his allies quietly restructured the upper reaches of state government, turning dozens of civil-service positions into patronage jobs. Party discipline held. Walker never negotiated, and his budget-repair bill was passed with all its essentials intact.
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