There has long been an east-west tension in Kansas.
It’s not as obvious as the partisan hostility that plagues our politics, but it’s been a factor in Kansas’ government — and has helped define our character — for more than a century.
The split might be more aptly described today as an urban-rural divide, with a splash of geographic animosity tossed in for extra tang.
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