The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 11, July 1907 - April, 1908 Page: 317
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Presidential Reconstruction in Texas. 317
graph joined in denouncing this caucus nomination, which, taken
with the refusal to submit certain of the ordinances to the people,
they regarded as proof that the delegates cared only to grab all
the offices and considered this as more important than the welfare
of the State. Some of these papers, too, were still smarting over
the repudiation of the civil debt. But this did not last long; the
conservatives were soon forced by the pressure of party strife to
accept and defend the work of the convention and to support the
caucus-made nominees of their faction.
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