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PrefaceAcknowledgmentsIntroduction: Photography and Politics, by John AndersonChapter 1. Republic of Texas to Civil War and ReconstructionChapter 2. Reform and Growth from the Nineteenth to the Twentieth CenturyChapter 3. Texas in the Great Depression and World War IIChapter 4. Modern TexasNotesSelected BibliographyList of Photographic SourcesIndex
A lawyer in private practice, Chuck Bailey has also served as assistant general counsel to Texas Governor William P. Clements and chief of staff to Lieutenant Governor Bob Bullock. He is the author of Texas Political Memorabilia: Buttons, Bumper Stickers, and Broadsides. Patrick Cox is an author and public history consultant who previously served as associate director of the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History at the University of Texas at Austin. His many books include Writing the Story of Texas.