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Essay heading: Texan History
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Issue: United States
Written by: Anonymous
Date added: July 1, 2009
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At any rate, U.S. President Wilson responded by stationing 100,000 National Guards troops along the border and sent Gen. John Pershing into Mexico in pursuit of Villa 1916. Pershing failed to capture Villa, and when the US became involved in World War I 1917, the Mexican border immediately became a low priority...
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By 1935, Mexico had steadied its presidential devastation. During the Depression years of the early 1930s, Texas managed-fairly well, buoyed by the oil boom. Farmers were hit hardest, especially in cotton growing East Texas where cotton prices bottomed out. New Deal policies eventually pumped $1.5 billion into the Texas economy and revived the agricultural sector...
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