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Title: State of Texas: The death penalty under Rick Perry (Graphs)
Authors: Mann,Dave
Source: Texas Observer, Sep-11, 103 :14 ,pg 27-  
Subjects: Capital punishment Perry Rick
Ref ID: 92857
 
Title: State of the media: Remixing Dubya - As Perry lurches forward, it would be good to remember how Bush's own presidential media strategy evolved
Authors: Minutaglio,Bill
Source: Texas Observer, Sep-11, 103 :14 ,pg 43-  
Subjects: Perry Rick Press and politics Rove Karl Atwater Lee Bush George W.
Ref ID: 92878
 
Title: Forrest for the trees: Pray for brains
Authors: Wilder,Forrest
Source: Texas Observer, Sep-11, 103 :14 ,pg 44-  
Subjects: Droughts Global warming Perry Rick Water-supply
Ref ID: 92960
 
Title: Trivia Texas true or false
Authors:
Source: Texas Observer, Sep-11, 103 :14    
Subjects: Perry Rick
Ref ID: 92716
 
Title: Editorial: Don't get fooled again: Perry is a charismatic and talented campaigner. But can he govern the country?
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Source: Texas Observer, Sep-11, 103 :14    
Subjects: Perry Rick
Ref ID: 92717
 
Title: The great campaigner: Before setting his sights on the White House, Rick Perry won ten straight contested elections, defeating, among others, a chicken farmer, several multimillionaires, and a sitting United States senator. How does he keep winning? We as
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Source: Texas Monthly, Sep-11, 39 :9 ,pg 134-139+-  
Subjects: Perry Rick
Additional Information: Interviews by: Nate Blakeslee, Paul Burka, Lucy Kellison, Paul Knight, Jeff Salamon, Jake Silverstein, Dhruy Singhal, Patrick Smith, and Mimi Swartz. Interviews with: Kenneth Neighbours, W.R. "Bob" Hailey, Jim Hightower, Marvin Gregory, John Sharp, Tony S
Ref ID: 92722
 
Title: Letter from Midland: Blame it on no rain - As the Permian Basin dries up, Midland's residents are grappling with a reality they've never had to face before: Water restrictions. And it isn't pretty
Authors: Galbraith,Kate
Source: Texas Monthly, Sep-11, 39 :9 ,pg 86+-  
Subjects: Midland (Tex.) - Water-supply Perry Wes Colorado River Municipal Water District
Ref ID: 92826
 
Title: The boy from Haskell: Rick Perry's small-town TExas politics
Authors: Elbein,Saul
Source: Texas Observer, Oct-11, 103 :15 ,pg 16-19-  
Subjects: Perry Rick Haskell (Tex.) Perry Ray Stenholm Charles "Charlie" Gramm Phil DeLay Tom Perry Bob
Ref ID: 92819
 
Title: Talk of Texas: Life imitating art edition
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Source: Texas Observer, Oct-11, 103 :15    
Subjects: Colbert Stephen Perry Rick Political action committees
Ref ID: 92726
 
Title: Trivia Texas: Who said what? Match the GOP candidate with his or her description of Obama's jobs plan
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Source: Texas Observer, Oct-11, 103 :15    
Subjects: Jones Elizabeth Ames Dewhurst David Williams Roger Perry Rick
Ref ID: 92727
 
Title: Forrest for the trees: The null set
Authors: Wilder,Forrest
Source: Texas Observer, Oct-11, 103 :15 ,pg 44-  
Subjects: Perry Rick Nullification (States' rights) Texas Commission on Environmental Quality White Kathleen Hartnett Water quality - Law and legislation
Ref ID: 92962
 
Title: State of the media: Indefense of informed subjectivity - Ivins didn't pander to a rigid journalistic notion of balance and objectivity...Why give equal weight to the phonies and the con artists?
Authors: Minutaglio,Bill
Source: Texas Observer, Oct-11, 103 :15 ,pg 43-  
Subjects: Ivins Molly Perry Rick Journalism
Ref ID: 92879
 
Title: Culture: Do the boots make the man?
Authors: Richardson,Susan Smith;Berendt,Lara
Source: Texas Observer, Oct-11, 103 :15 ,pg 32-34-  
Subjects: Texas - Stereotypes Perry Rick Gilb Dagoberto
Ref ID: 92909
 
Title: Behind the lines: Pioneer up - More than any other presidential candidate of the past half-century, Rick Perry exemplifies the frontier style. Will it play in Peoria?
Authors: Silverstein,Jake
Source: Texas Monthly, Oct-11, 39 :10 ,pg 14+-  
Subjects: Perry Rick Frontier thesis
Ref ID: 92931
 
Title: Political intelligence: The arson files - Belated justice?
Authors: Mann,Dave
Source: Texas Observer, Oct-11, 103 :15    
Subjects: Willingham Cameron Todd Texas Forensic Science Commission Perry Rick Texas State Fire Marshal Maldonado Paul Judicial error
Ref ID: 92858
 
Title: Inside intelligence: A last bit of punditry...
Authors:
Source: Texas Weekly, November 12, 2012, 29 :43    
Subjects: Elections - Public opinion polls Perry Rick Dewhurst David Straus Joe
Ref ID: 94913
 
Title: Political intelligence: The political beat - Slush fund?
Authors: Mann,Dave
Source: Texas Observer, Nov-11, 103 :16 ,pg 3-4-  
Subjects: Texas Enterprise Fund Perry Rick Texans for Public Justice Wheat Andrew
Ref ID: 92859
 
Title: Editor's letter: Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes
Authors: Silverstein,Jake
Source: Texas Monthly, Nov-11, 39 :11 ,pg 32-  
Subjects: University of Texas at Austin (Austin Tex.) - Football Texas A&M University (College Station Tex.) - Football Droughts Perry Rick Hispanic Americans
Ref ID: 92933
 
Title: Behind the lines: Left behind - Texas Democrats have been thoroughly squashed, routed, and rendered irrelevant in the decade that Rick Perry has run Texas. Who knew that would come back to haunt him?
Authors: Swartz,Mimi
Source: Texas Monthly, Nov-11, 39 :11 ,pg 16+-  
Subjects: Perry Rick Political campaigns Democratic Party of Texas Republican Party of Texas
Additional Information: People mentioned: Lloyd Doggett, Molly Ivins, John Sharp, Paul Hobby, Carole Keeton Rylander Strayhorn, Mark Strama, Glenn Smith, Lyndon Johnson, Phil Gramm, Garry Mauro, Jim Hightower, Jim Mattox, Ann Richards, Karl Rove, George W. Bush, Garnet Coleman,
Ref ID: 92942
 
Title: Talk of Texas: Foot-in-mouth disease
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Source: Texas Observer, Nov-11, 103 :16    
Subjects: Perry Rick
Ref ID: 92739
 
Title: Trivia Texas: National polls from early Octoer found Rick Perry trailing which of the following presidential candidates
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Source: Texas Observer, Nov-11, 103 :16    
Subjects: Perry Rick
Ref ID: 92740
 
Title: Farmers fight: Texas A&M's decision to ditch the Big 12 (and those teasips in Austin) for the SEC set off a frenzy that seemed to touch everyone, from students and sportswriters to a certain former yell leader. But when the Aggies and Longhorns square off
Authors: Burka,Paul
Source: Texas Monthly, Nov-11, 39 :11 ,pg 112-121+-  
Subjects: University of Texas at Austin (Austin Tex.) - Football Texas A&M University (College Station Tex.) - Football Loftin R. Bowen Perry Rick Williams Tommy
Additional Information: Game on: A complete history of the A&M-UT rivalry by Jeff Beckham, p.118-119.
Ref ID: 92784
 
Title: The picture show: A gaze into the abyss
Authors: Rosenblatt,Josh
Source: Texas Observer, May-12, 104 :5 ,pg 40- 41
Subjects: Conroe (Tex.) - Crime (Motion picture review) Perry Michael (Motion picture review) Herzog Werner (Motion picture review) Burkett Jason (Motion picture review) Into the Abyss (Motion picture review)
Additional Information: A review of "Into the Abyss," a documentary film by Werner Herzog detailing the 2001 murder of a Conroe woman and the trial and punishment of the perpetrators.
Ref ID: 94313
 
Title: Behind the lines: Less than hero - The budget crisis is severe, but with challenges multiplying all around, Texas faces an even more serious shortfall: A deficit of leadership
Authors: Burka,Paul
Source: Texas Monthly, May-11, 39 :5 ,pg 18+-  
Subjects: Budget Perry Rick Dewhurst David Straus Joe Combs Susan Leadership Bush George W. Education - Finance
Ref ID: 91143
 
Title: Forrest for the trees: The bitter fruit of Texas austerity
Authors: Wilder,Forrest
Source: Texas Observer, Jul-12, 104 :7 ,pg 46-  
Subjects: Texas - Politics and government Republican Party of Texas Texas legislature - 82nd - Budget Budget Perry Rick Straus Joe Dewhurst David Medicaid Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) Center on Public Policy Priorities Castro Eva de Luna
Ref ID: 94862
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