Published March 2000
by Eakin Press .
Written in English
|Contributions||Frances "Sissy" Farenthold (Foreword)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
"Frankie" Randolph's name is synonymous with Texas' turbulent politics in the s to the s. A member of a wealthy family, she used both her fortune and her organizational techniques to promote the liberal agenda when Texas politics was polarized among "Shivercrats," loyal Democrats, and a rising Republican : Ann Fears Crawford. Mrs. R.D. Randolph and Texas Liberal Politics. We have too few great persons among us on earth to lose their examples when they die. Among the . Sweeping from Frankie Randolph's early years in the East Texas pineywoods to the turbulent years of Texas politics from the s to the s, this book traces the accomplishments of the woman who symbolized liberal politics in Texas. Hal and Charlie: The Texas Peterson Brothers Who Risked a Fortune for a Hill Country Foundation CT Sweeping from Frankie Randolph's early years in the East Texas piney woods to the turbulent years of Texas politics from the s to the s, this book traces the accomplishments of the woman who symbolized liberal politics in Texas. Texas Bad Girls: Hussies, Harlots, and Horse Thieves CT
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