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Yvonne Abraham

Topsy-turvy new politics

By Yvonne Abraham
Globe Columnist / February 11, 2010

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Feb. 4 was a banner day in our new, up-is-down political world. That afternoon, in Washington, Republican Scott Brown was sworn in as Ted Kennedy’s successor, completing his disorienting rise from the Who’s-he to the Who’s-your-daddy of Massachusetts politics. Then there was an AFL-CIO convention in Plymouth, where some labor leaders slapped down an unwelcome mat for Governor Deval Patrick. (Full article: 590 words)

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