Florida, with its newish history, its transient population and its propensity to color most everything in hues of weirdness, isn’t the state most immediately thought of as a place of significance in the story of America.
Sure, there’s Ponce de Leon. Sure, there’s some interesting Cuban connections. Sure, there’s always some strange footnotes attached to many chapters on elections.
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