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The New York Times has pulled an article from its archives that was written more than a century ago and issued a correction that makes clear the spelling of a man's name.
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Since the announcement of her gubernatorial bid last October, Texas Democrat Wendy Davis has seemed to enmesh herself in a new controversy every week.