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Here’s how they refer to The Texas Observer in other parts of the country: s’\\v NkZ; \\ The Texas Observer The Politics of HemisFairk And of San Antonio 016>s, The Texas Observer The Vietnam War’s Fall-out A journal of “considerable influence in Texas public life.”THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW, Oct. 22, 1967 “A respected journal of dissent.”THE NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE, March 2, 1969 “. . . that outpost of reason in the Southwest …”NEW YORK REVIEW OF BOOKS, April 11, 1968 .. that state’s only notable liberal publication …”THE WASHINGTON POST, Nov. 25, 1968 “No doubt the best political journal in the state.”THE REPORTER, Nov. 30, 1967 “The conscience of the political community in Texas …”THE NEW REPUBLIC, Nov. 20, 1965 With “influence felt far beyond the state borders.”TI ME, Sept. 27, 1968 . delights in exposing the peccadilloes of the Texas establishment . ..”The PROGRESSIVE, November, 1968 “Copies find their way to the desks of the mighty and even into the White House.”ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH, July 25, 1965 The Texas Observer No ember 22,1963: The Case Is Not Closed The Texas Observer Whof s With chrDnicia Here’s how The Observer is usually identified when “the Texas Observer” “an Austin-based biweekly” “the ultra-liberal Texas Observer” “a small-circulation newspaper” And here, perhaps, is why: The Texas Observer The Observer “voices dissent to almost every power bloc or politician of consequence in the state, from far left to far right. … Time and again since its first appearance in 1954, the Observer has cracked stories ignored by the state’s big dailies and has had the satisfaction of watching the papers follow its muckraking lead.”NEWSWEEK, March 7, 1966 But… ” ttttt Panhandle People Hear Of the Dump-LBJ Drive The Texas Observer Close-ups of the Oil Industry MU 1. I. The Texas Observer May the Lobby Hold You In the Palm of Its Hand ,,The xic a national reputation isn’t worth much unless it helps you, the occasional reader, decide that you need to be reading The Texas Observer regularly. If you share the disappointment of many citizens who feel that their daily newspapers don’t always provide adequate in-depth coverage of events and issues that matter, you should consider joining the community of Observer readersnow 10,000 strong in its 15th year. If, after a few issues, you feel that the Observer has not been faithful to its promiseto adhere to the traditions of responsible journalism in telling the truth about the mysteries and myths of Texas life and politics you may receive a full refund on your subscription; or merely tell us to cancel your bill. r I NM MN OM MINIM NM ME Ell OM MIN= MI IM MI =I 111 MO Enter 1-year subscriptions, at $7.30 each \(including 4Y4% Texas and Austin street Read the Observer regularly. Subscribe for a friend. street city state zip city state zip I send gift card announcement [ send gift card announcement [ ] remittance enclosed [ bill me THE TEXAS OBSERVER 504 West 24th St. Austin, Texas 78705