Paul D. Lack

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The Texas Revolutionary Experience: A Political and Social History, 1835-1836

In honoring the heroic legend of the Texas Revolution, generations of scholars and Texans themselves have cleansed the revolution of its messier—and perhaps more truly revolutionary—dimensions. Focusing on the pre-existing causes of the conflict of 1835–36 and the military execution of the war, they have neglected the political turbulence, regional disharmonies, conflicts of interest, social upheaval, and racial and ethnic strife that characterized the period. This groundbreaking work on the Texas Revolution offers the first systematic analysis of the event as political and social history.
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Handbook Entries

Title Contributor Type
Consultation Author
Revolutionary Army Author
Slavery, Urban Author
Ugartechea, Domingo de Author

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