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Texit in the Old Days

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Texas once voted for independence – Many Texans wanted to revert to an independent state in 1861. Some people cried foul. Some said the vote was rigged, others said that it was stolen. The electorate was polarized and angry. A description of the most recent midterms? The last Presidential election? No. It is a historical snapshot of a Texit referendum you may never have heard about.

In 1861, the majority of Texan voters were in favor of leaving the Union. The vote count was disputed and some

 

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