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Title: Forrest for the trees: What does the P stand for?
Authors: Wilder,Forrest
Source: Texas Observer, Sep-12, 104 :9 ,pg 44-  
Subjects: Bush George P. Castro Julian United States - Politics and government San Antonio (Tex.) - Politics and government
Additional Information: Speculates on the future of George P. Bush, nephew of George W. Bush and speaker at the Republican National Convention in 2012, in national politics. Contrasts him with mayor of San Antonio, Julian Castro, who spoke at the 2012 Democratic National Convention.
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Title: J'accuse!
Authors:
Source: Texas Weekly, 2002, 19 :17    
Subjects: San Antonio (Tex.) - Politics and government Wentworth Jeff Green Rick Legislators - Texas
Additional Information: ID: 21281; RP: NOT IN FILE
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Title: Twins peak: Their motherwas a Chicana firebrand who fought the San Antonio establishment. Three decades later, Julian and Joaquin Castro have followed her into politics, not as outsiders but as Harvard-educated lawyers--and symbols of generational change
Authors: Balli,Cecilia
Source: Texas Monthly, 2002, 30 :10 ,pg 100- 103
Subjects: Castro Joaquin Castro Julian Legislators - Texas San Antonio (Tex.) - Politics and government
Additional Information: ID: 21744; RP: NOT IN FILE
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Title: J'accuse!
Authors:
Source: Texas Weekly, 2002, 19 :17    
Subjects: Green Rick Legislators - Texas San Antonio (Tex.) - Politics and government Wentworth Jeff
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Ref ID: 70696
 
Title: Twins peak: Their motherwas a Chicana firebrand who fought the San Antonio establishment. Three decades later, Julian and Joaquin Castro have followed her into politics, not as outsiders but as Harvard-educated lawyers--and symbols of generational change
Authors: Balli,Cecilia
Source: Texas Monthly, 2002, 30 :10 ,pg 100- 103
Subjects: Castro Julian Castro Joaquin San Antonio (Tex.) - Politics and government Legislators - Texas
Additional Information: ID: 21744; RP: NOT IN FILE
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Title: Ed Garza takes the pot: The mayor is San Antonio's new favorite son
Authors: Zars,Belle
Source: Texas Observer, 2001, 93 :18    
Subjects: Garza Edward San Antonio (Tex.) - Politics and government
Additional Information: ID: 18328; RP: NOT IN FILE
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Title: Reporter: Vote of confidence - Ed Garza, the new mayor of San Antonio, is the most powerful Hispanic politician in the country
Authors: Russell,Jan Jarboe
Source: Texas Monthly, 2001, 29 :7 ,pg 30+-  
Subjects: San Antonio (Tex.) - Politics and government Garza Edward
Additional Information: ID: 18129; RP: NOT IN FILE
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Title: Reporter: Vote of confidence - Ed Garza, the new mayor of San Antonio, is the most powerful Hispanic politician in the country
Authors: Russell,Jan Jarboe
Source: Texas Monthly, 2001, 29 :7 ,pg 30+-  
Subjects: Garza Edward San Antonio (Tex.) - Politics and government
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Title: The bingo king is dead. Long live the bingo king
Authors: Cartwright,Gary
Source: Texas Monthly, 1999, 27 :7 ,pg 82- 83
Subjects: Garcia Eddie San Antonio (Tex.) - Politics and government
Additional Information: ID: 10708; RP: NOT IN FILE
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Title: The bingo king is dead. Long live the bingo king
Authors: Cartwright,Gary
Source: Texas Monthly, 1999, 27 :7 ,pg 82- 83
Subjects: Garcia Eddie San Antonio (Tex.) - Politics and government
Additional Information: ID: 10708; RP: NOT IN FILE
Ref ID: 30165
 
Title: Behind the lines: The bridge that went away
Authors: Curtis,Gregory
Source: Texas Monthly, 1989, 17 :3    
Subjects: Cisneros Henry San Antonio (Tex.) - Politics and Government
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