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Texas Monthly magazine, July 1992
Gee, I miss Ann Richards. A lot of people didn’t like her, but she was a refreshing liberal voice in this ultra conservative state.

Texas Monthly magazine, July 1992

Gee, I miss Ann Richards. A lot of people didn’t like her, but she was a refreshing liberal voice in this ultra conservative state.

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    I probably shouldn’t remember this cover but I do.
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    Yes. This.
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    The grande dame of Texas, nicest lady you could ever meet.
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    RIP Governor Richards. You should know your daughter is doing really good work.
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    Yup. (Duh.)
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    This cover rivals the Texas Monthly issue featuring Selena in badass motherfucker awesomeness.
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    God bless Ann Richards, the last Texas governor worth a damn. Also I really need to track down this issue so I can read...
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