Boom, Bust, Exodus follows how NAFTA, coupled with Maytag’s move to Mexico, helped signal doom for Appliance City and transform a small border town.
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Observer radio sits down with Ronnie Dugger, founding editor of the Texas Observer.
An idea can change society, and being the people, we have lots of ideas. Let’s look, too, for more good, young new leaders and also some not so young.
The Purse Bearer revolves around a central character, Wily T. Foxx, who is given the opportunity to quit his job collecting animal carcasses for the Texas Highway Department and go to work on the 1980 gubernatorial campaign of Rose Marie “Red” Ryder.
Founding editor Ronnie Dugger tells the little-known story of how and why, in the winter of 1954, the Observer was made.
In conjunction with the Civil Rights Summit at the LBJ School, the Texas Observer is republishing four articles on civil rights from 1964.
Watchdogging is a skill, and the Texan has always been a place where student journalists learn by doing.
An introduction to The Texas Observer from current and former staffers. Video shot and edited by Matt Gossage.
The Austin American-Statesman published a wonderful profile of Ronnie Dugger on Sunday. If you haven’t read Brad Buchholz’s the story yet, I highly recommend […]
I came to know Bernard Rapoport when he was chair of the University of Texas System Board of Regents, and I was editor of […]