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Michele Bachmann's memoir set for Monday release

The book titled "Core of Conviction" recounts the Minnesota congresswoman's political journey. Bachmann will be in Minnesota Friday to sign copies at the Mall of America.
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The book titled "Core of Conviction" recounts the Minnesota congresswoman's political journey. Bachmann will be in Minnesota Friday to sign copies at the Mall of America.

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