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BBQ, Boots—and Ballots

henever we publish a cover package on politics, we can count on some of our readers to urge that we stick to stories on barbecue and boots, “the way used to do.” We get that suggestion from Democrats when we put Beto O’Rourke or Wendy Davis on the cover of our annual Bum Steers issue. We

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