Texas Rebellion

In one of the first major scholarly works on the Texas Revolution, ...

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Texas Rebellion

In one of the first major scholarly works on the Texas Revolution, historian Eugene C. Barker in 1928 described the conflict as a “clash of cultures.” Barker maintained that Anglo-Texans and Mexicans had little in common and, as a result, concluded that the rebellion could not have been avoided.

In your view, was the Texas rebellion inevitable? What major issues/causes lead you to this conclusion?

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Upload Date: 10/28/2017

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