The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 106, July 2002 - April, 2003 Page: 5
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NUMBER 1:JULY, 2002
FOUR MARSHALLITES' ROLES IN THE PASSAGE OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS
ACT OF 1964.
By Gail K. Beil 1
CLASS AND CONSENSUS: TWENTIETH-CENTURY MEXICAN AMERICAN
IDEOLOGY IN VICTORIA, TEXAS.
By Anthony Quiroz 31
A BRIEF PEACE: THE POSTWAR YEARS OF GEORGE SESSIONS PERRY.
By Garna L. Christian 57
NOTES AND DOCUMENTS
THE HISTORY AND MODUS OPERANDI OF A SMALL MERCHANT
THROUGH TWO WORLD WARS AND THE GREAT DEPRESSION.
ByJ. Armand Lanier 77
SOUTHWESTERN COLLECTION 107
BOOK REVIEWS 131
EXHIBITION REVIEW 158
AFFAIRS OF THE ASSOCIATION 161
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