A Fighting Chance - Chapter 6 - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Elizabeth Warren
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Chapter 6. The Battle for the Senate. Warren was pushed to run for the Senate seat vacated by Ted Kennedy’s death and currently held by Scott Brown. Warren resisted the idea. She spoke to her family, to friends, to colleagues. She then visited with a researcher who asked her invasive questions and reacted oddly to some of her answers. She continued to resist.

Yes, I’ll Fight. Warren attended a few test rallies to see if she would have the support to run for the Senate. One woman walked up to her at a New Bedford meeting and told her she was out of a job, did not know if she would ever get another, and that she needed Warren to fight for her. A short time later, Warren committed to running.

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