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of trying to run away from adversity, and, indeed, there is some-
thing pathetic in the picture of these Confederates in Mexico,
stoically "complaining of nothing, looking back with regret on
nothing," victims, as it were, of their own unwillingness to adjust
to unpleasant reality. To that lesson, however, might be added
one other; by its very failure, the movement underscored the fact
that, in spite of all the professed differences between Northerners
and. Southerners, they were, in the final analysis, more like each
other than like anyone else in the world.
OTIS A. SINGLETARY
The University of Texas
Kate Tarkington, the author of Rex Goes to the Rodeo, was
born and reared in the cattle country south of Hallettsville, Texas.
This book is a well-done juvenile produced for the Naylor Com-
pany, San Antonio.
The University of Texas Bureau of Business Research has re-
cently published Manufacturing in Dallas: A Study of Effects
by Tom Lee McKnight, instructor in geography at the University
of Texas. This is the fifth publication in the Bureau's Texas In-
Texas State Historical Association. The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 60, July 1956 - April, 1957. Austin, Texas. The Portal to Texas History. http://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth101163/. Accessed August 21, 2014.