Mercedes Schneider checks out the origins and development of Campbell Brown, who is now threatening to take Michelle Rhee’s place as the leader of the anti-union, anti-teacher campaign. Mercedes hails from Louisiana, and so did Campbell. Campbell came from a very poor town called Ferriday. But she wasn’t poor. Her father served in the State Senate and as Secretary of State. She didn’t go to public schools. She went to some fine private schools. Off to college, then she marries Dan Senor, and take a look at her beautiful Vera Wang wedding dress. Let’s say it. She’s pretty. She’s privileged. She has had a very good life indeed. But it really troubles her that teachers are protected against vindictive principals or students who make false accusations or parents who object to the books they teach. This is intolerable to Campbell Brown. She is special. To her, teachers are not.