The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 98, July 1994 - April, 1995 Page: 416
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$HISTORIC RANCHES OF TEXAS
Text by Lawrence Clayton
Paintings by J. U. Salvant
From the King Ranch to the Four
Sixes, this volume captures the best
of ranching life in fine watercolor
paintings and an inviting text, trac-
ing the history and present-day oper-
ations of 12 prominent ranches with
deep roots in Texas history.
96 pp., 24 color and 12 b&w illus.
ARCHITECTURE IN TEXAS
By Jay C. Henry
Henry discusses the wide range of
Texas styles designed in the first half
of the 20th century, from an interna-
tionally inspired modernism to the
Spanish Colonial Revival that recalls
Texas' earliest European heritage.
382 pp., 380 b&w photos, 17 line drawings
New in the Administrative History
of the Johnson Presidency Series
1 EiiE HITE HOUSE
The Johnson Presidency
By David Welborn
Published after a decade of intensive
federal deregulation, this timely
analysis illustrates the ties between
presidential strategy and the regula-
tion/deregulation cycle, showing
how Lyndon Johnson's decisions
affected national goals and the
integrity of regulatory institutions.
THE ROPE, THE CHAIR,
AND THE NEEDLE
Capital Punishment in Texas,
By James W. Marquart,
and Jonathan Sorensen
Since 1980, Texas has carried out
more executions than any other
state. This compelling, comprehen-
sive study persuasively shows how
slavery and the racially biased prac-
tice of lynchings in Texas led to
institutionalized, publicly approved
executions skewed according to race,
class, and gender.
"I recommend that it be distributed
to the entire legislature."
-Michael L. Radelet
Independent Journalists in Texas
"Heroes, real heroes, charging the
enemy with only a pen for a lance
and unhorsing the ignorant, pinhead-
ed fruitloops who have been running
Texas all these years. My only ques-
tion is, why are so many of these
great journalists dead? Where is my
generation, and the next one? Aux
armes, y'all. We have a magnificent
tradition to maintain." -Molly Ivins
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