A traveling exhibit called “Eyes Wide Open” came to Kansas City in 2004. Boots represented casualties of the war in Iraq. High casualties from the United States’ involvement in wars over the past 15 years may have tipped the 2016 presidential election away from Hillary Clinton, a new study suggests.
A traveling exhibit called “Eyes Wide Open” came to Kansas City in 2004. Boots represented casualties of the war in Iraq. High casualties from the United States’ involvement in wars over the past 15 years may have tipped the 2016 presidential election away from Hillary Clinton, a new study suggests. Jill Toyoshiba File photo
A traveling exhibit called “Eyes Wide Open” came to Kansas City in 2004. Boots represented casualties of the war in Iraq. High casualties from the United States’ involvement in wars over the past 15 years may have tipped the 2016 presidential election away from Hillary Clinton, a new study suggests. Jill Toyoshiba File photo

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