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In the 1990 Senate election, political science professor and Minnesota Democrat Paul Wellstone was the only challenger to beat an incumbent. In a new book, he describes the roots of his political beliefs and his activism in the 1960s, and talks about the state of the progressive movement in American politics today.
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