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Reconstruction to Reform: Texas Politics, 1876–1906

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In the only full account of Texas politics from 1876–1906, Alwyn Barr looks at challenges to the dominant Democratic Party from the farmer- and labor-based Greenback and Populist parties and examines key debates over land policy, prohibition, and voting rights.

Barr places the colorful politicians, parties, and campaigns within the perspective of national political and econ
Paperback, 352 pages
Published March 1st 2000 by Southern Methodist University Press (first published 1971)
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Fredrick Danysh
This a political history of the Democratic party in Texas from Reconstruction to the early 1900's when the party switched from Conservative ideals to more Liberal ones that started stirring Texas away from a solid Democrat South. The work is full of personalities and statistics.
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