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The Evolving Roles Of Political Spouses

May 24, 2011 (Talk of the Nation) — Political spouses often play key roles in campaigns. They can push their candidates over the top, or undermine their candidacies. But the roles that political spouses play in America have evolved over the years, and the options now range from policy wonk to astronaut.

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Connie Schultz, columnist, Cleveland Plain Dealer
Irin Carmon, staff writer, Jezebel

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