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  •  Did Miller go to jail as a power play? (4.00)
    Imagine you're Judith Miller: you're in a powerful position to bargain, but you have only one chip to barter with - your testimony before Fitz.

    How do you preserve the value of your bargaining chip until you've got the deal you wanted? If you testify, your chip no longer has value. To get the best deal, you need the ability to choose when you cash in your chip.

    So you refuse to testify until you can cash in your chip for its highest value - when it's the only one left unplayed.

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