By Rich Lowry
The Hendricks County Flyer
Fri Oct 19, 2012, 02:09 PM EDT
In one scene in "Won't Back Down," a union official with a history of union organizing in her family asks plaintively, ÔWhen did Norma Rae become the bad guy?' When she became a cog in a union machine that protects an educational system that everyone knows isn't working.
"Won't Back Down" may make Randi Weingarten angry, but it mostly should make her afraid for her cause.
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