The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 107, July 2003 - April, 2004 Page: 559
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Stories by Texas Women Writers
EDITED BY SYLVIA ANN GRIDER AND Lou
"Fig newtons" of the imagination abound in this col-
lection of twenty-two stories by Texas women,
placed in historical and literary context by Grider
and Rodenberger. $40.00 cloth; $19.95 paper
BEYOND BLACK AND WHIT
Race, Ethnicity, and Gender in the
U.S. South and Southwest
EDITED BY STEPHANIE COLE AND
ALISON M. PARKER
Beyond Black and White examines race as it
relates to social activism, public policy, and gen-
der issues in the South and Southwest, bringing
new perspectives to the oversimplification of
racial categories. $32.95 cloth; $16.95 paper
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THE NEW TEXAS CHALLENGE
Population Change and the Future of Texas
STEVE H. MURDOCK, STEVE WHITE, MD.
NAZRUL HOQUE, BEVERLY PECOTTE,
XUIHONG YOU, AND JENNIFER BALKAN
Here, a team led by State Demographer Murdock
examines the future of Texas with respect to popula-
tion increase, per capita levels of income and
wealth, and the challenges the state government is
likely to face. $19.95 paper
College Station, Texas
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