8 edition of Texas iconoclast, Maury Maverick Jr. found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 295-299).
|Statement||edited and with a preface by Allan O. Kownslar.|
|Contributions||Kownslar, Allan O.|
|LC Classifications||F386.6 .M36 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||299 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||299|
|LC Control Number||96031443|
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Texas Iconoclast (Paperback) Maury Maverick, Jr. By Allan O. Kownslar (Editor). Texas Christian University Press,pp. Publication Date: March 1, Fontaine Maury Maverick (Octo – June 7, ) was a Democratic member of the United States House of Representatives from Texas, representing the 20th district from January 3,to January 3, He is best remembered for his independence from the party and for coining the term "gobbledygook" for obscure and euphemistic bureaucratic tion: Attorney.
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Retired Texas state legislator and attorney Maury Maverick, Jr. has won cases in the U.S. Supreme Court, has known presidents (FDR, JFK and LBJ), belongs to one of the first families of San Antonio, is willing to launch a crusade for any cause -- no matter how unpopular -- if he believes in it, and prefers.
In honor of Amy Goodman’s lecture last Tuesday for the Maverick Lecture Series, it is good to take a look at the man behind it: Maury Maverick, Jr.
A lifelong friend of Maverick, Allan Kownslar, professor of history, wrote a book about Maverick titled “Texas Iconoclast.” Maverick was well known, but many people disliked him for his radical stances on issues and.
When Maury Maverick Jr. died, we asked John Burnett to write a remembrance for our February 14 issue. and editor of Maury’s collected columns in a book. US Congressman. He attended the Virginia Military Institute in to and the University of Texas in to Inhe took a special course in Economics at St.
Mary’s University. He practiced law in San Antonio for several years and also helped develop and served as Vice-President of the Kelley-Maverick. Retired Texas state legislator and attorney Maury Maverick, Jr. has won cases in the U.S. Supreme Court, has known presidents (FDR, JFK and LBJ), belongs to one of the first families of San Antonio, is willing to launch a crusade for any cause—no matter how unpopular—if he believes in it, and prefers the company of dogs, birds and trees.
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Maury Maverick, Jr. (January 3, – Janu ) was an American lawyer, politician, activist, and columnist from the U.S.
state of Texas. A member of the prominent Maverick family, he was the great-grandson of Samuel Maverick, the rancher who signed the Texas Declaration of Independence and famously refused to brand his cattle, and.
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An expert in the social studies curriculum, Kownslar has authored or co-authored many textbooks and teaching guides. His other work includes Texas Iconoclast: Maury Maverick Jr., a collection of material written by Maverick for the San Antonio Express-News, which Kownslar selected and edited.
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A collection of diverse authors joined forces to produce this richly illustrated and complexly woven thematic telling of the city’s. The Maverick book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Cassidy Outlaw left her high-powered legal job—and the unscrupulous lawyer fi /5(16).Austin writer Bill Crawford attracted another sellout crowd to the library on Novem Crawford dazzled the audience with his tales of border radio personalities, including Dr.
John R. Brinkley, Pappy Lee O'Daniel, Reverend Ike, and many others.Maverick follows the history of the word through the “Maverick gene” all the way to Hollywood and uncovers the mysteries that shadow one of our country’s iconic words. Taken as a whole, the book is a fascinating portrayal of how we form, use, and change our language in the course of everyday life, and of the Maverick family’s ongoing.