By Kent Biffle
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As show people say, the visuals are stunning. And Texas history is gripping. No other state comes close to the color and drama of our state's past. Once a nation, Texas has encompassed kingdomsoil, cattle, cotton, and the Dallas Cowboys. As the littérateur Lon Tinkle once put it: "There is a Texas character, a Texas caricature, a Texas myth, a Texas mystique, a Texas legend, a Texas tradition, and then there is a Texas reality. " I never tire of trying to pin it down and I never tire of Texans, however much they are maligned by inferior species such as non-Texans.
The letter revealed Perry as a spynot for the Mexicans but for Texas Navy Secretary Robert Potter, an all-around scoundrel who was in cahoots with Burnet. Perry described the poor shape of the Texas army. "We have now about 300 men sick and not more than twice that number reported for duty. In the manner affairs are at presently conducted the men are not likely to become better disciplined than an ordinary mob. " And he ripped Houston: "We are in striking distance of the enemy and there are no signs of moving.
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A Month of Sundays by Kent Biffle