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The Palin we never knew

As governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin consistently defied her Republican base, fought big oil companies and even vetoed a bill banning benefits for same-sex partners of state workers. How then did she become the face of right-wing ideology? The Atlantic’s Joshua Green discusses his latest article with Lawrence O’Donnell.