Bachmann book called 'Core of Conviction'

Michele Bachman's memoir now has a title -- 'Core of Conviction.' The Republican presidential contender's book will hit shelves in late November. The book is already available to pre-order online.
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Michele Bachman's memoir now has a title -- 'Core of Conviction.' The Republican presidential contender's book will hit shelves in late November. The book is already available to pre-order online.

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