The Texas Rangers and The San Saba Mob

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Selected passages from Volume I
Submitted by Ross J. Cox, Sr.

Editor’s Note: Part 38b in a continuing series.

After all, the people had endured and suffered much.

The populace had been bullied and terrified, had their elections stolen, and been trampled into submission.

These were the darkest days in the history of the county, when no man’s life was immune from the Mob council.

Therefore, it was only right the final victory belonged to them, the citizens of a free democratic state. In all fairness, their ability to force such a change would never have become reality without the heroic efforts of Sanderson, the Rangers or Linden.


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