For the Love of Texas

For the Love of Texas

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by John D. Schutt
     
 

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Dr. Bobby Stump, a university professor of political science as well as President of the Texas Republic Movement, has spent most of his life dreaming of a free and independent Texas. Over the years, his movement has attracted a few hundred like-minded individuals, but the group was never a strong enough voice to be heard universally. Now that the new Administration in

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Dr. Bobby Stump, a university professor of political science as well as President of the Texas Republic Movement, has spent most of his life dreaming of a free and independent Texas. Over the years, his movement has attracted a few hundred like-minded individuals, but the group was never a strong enough voice to be heard universally. Now that the new Administration in Washington is determined to strip Texans of more and more of their freedoms, Bobby Stump finds that he can rally an increasing member of the kindred spirits to his cause, including some wealthy and influential people as well as the Governor of Texas. In an incredibly short period of time, the Texas Republic Movement begins to increase its membership by the thousands of Texans unwilling to let the Federal Government strip them of their inherent independence. The ground surge of this grass-roots enterprise builds to a momentous conclusion, changing the lives and challenging the ideas of a watchful nation. This is a must-read for anyone who loves and believes in freedom.

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ISBN-13:
9781602648012
Publisher:
Virtualbookworm.com Publishing, Incorporated
Publication date:
06/23/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
422 KB

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For the Love of Texas 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
RobespierreTX More than 1 year ago
The "Native Texan" never read the book, which is a work of fiction and has absolutely nothing to do with Gov. Perry or any real groups in Texas. How sad that people like this have hate-filled hearts with twisted agendas . If anything, this book is a love affair with the great land that is Texas.
Reader42AS More than 1 year ago
Misleading. This is a fringe group that most Texans have little sympathy with. The whole idea is stupid and dangerous. And Gov. Perry has never supported a separate Texas. His comments have been taken way out of context. The remarks were tongue in cheek, never meant to be taken seriously.