The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 86, July 1982 - April, 1983 Page: 160
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national and regional trends, would be hampered in its early years by
poor income from its land endowment and an almost total lack of other
state support. Even so, while it has yet to achieve its full potential as "a
university of the first class," an important beginning had been made in
1883. In the ensuing century the institution played an increasingly sig-
nificant role in education, politics, and economics in Texas and
47Brubacher and Rudy, Higher Education in Transitzon, 171-174; John Samuel Ezell,
The South Since I865 (New York, 1963), 258-264; Robert Darden Little, "The Ideology
of the New South: A Study in the Development of Ideas" (Ph.D. diss., University of Chi-
cago, 195o), 65-66 (quotation).
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