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  •  Commentaries continue. Commentary ten. Bubba against the Yups. 
  •  Colorado River 
  •  South Austin is a "dog's breakast" of a neighborhood 
  •  Dayglow Volkswagon 
  •  Corona Beer 
  •  Lone Star Beer 
  •  "Attractive" 
  •  Bubba in South Austin isn't as racist. 
  •  Betting on Bubba 
  •  Commentary eleven. Mikhail Gorbechev. 
  •  Deng Xiaoping 
  •  Governor Clements and his record with visitors. 
  •  Rio Grande Valley 
  •  Cattle breeding agreement 
  •  Salsa 
  •  Texas Machismo 
  •  Texans as the best in having fun. 
 
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Title:Molly Ivins Commentaries
Identifier:e_mi_082
Related:e_mi_081
Description:This is a continuation of the collection of Molly's commentaries featured on e_mi_081. This side contains another copy of the "Tug of War" commentary from e_mi_080 as well as Molly's ideas for what Mikhail Gorbachev could do if he were to come to Texas during his 1988 visit.
Country:United States
State:New York
City:New York City
Date:1987-1988
CreatorNational Public Radio
Location:2.325/Q125
Source:Molly Ivins Papers
Contributor:Ivins, Molly
Language:en
PublisherDolph Briscoe Center for American History
Rights:Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
Subject:Texas--Politics and government--1951-
United States--Politics and government
Texas--Social life and customs
Original Format:1/8 inch audio cassette