Not until she visited Texas, that proud state of big oil and bigger ambitions, did Gail Collins realize that she had missed the place that matters most in America’s political landscape. Through its vigorous support of banking deregulation, tax cuts, gun ownership and more, she argues that Texas has become the bellwether of a far-reaching national movement that continues to have profound social and economic implications for us all.
Gail Collins is a national columnist for The New York Times and the author of the new book As Texas Goes…
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