The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 65, July 1961 - April, 1962 Page: 195
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Woodrow Wilson's Visit to Texas in 1911 195
statesman in a like brief period of time. Texans admire and trust
him because he stands boldly for the national application of those
progressive democratic policies which Texas was first to write upon
American statute books.60
Senator Bailey's absence from the Dallas area at this time was
conspicuous, and of special interest, in the light of later develop-
ments, was the absence of any mention of Edward Mandell House,
who was to become President Wilson's chief adviser. House was
not in Texas when the Wilson for President Clubs were formed,
and at the time of Wilson's appearance in Dallas, Colonel House
was in New York.51
SoHouston Chronicle, October 29, 1911.
51Alexander L. George and Juliette L. George, Woodrow Wilson and Colonel
House (New York, 1956), go; Charles Seymour (ed.), The Intimate Papers of
Colonel House (4 vols.; New York, 1926), I, 44.
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