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Remember the Alamo

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Author: R.R. Febrenbach
Published: 1961
Language: English
Wordcount: 5,242 / 22 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 78.5
LoC Category: PZ
Downloads: 999
Added to site: 2009.10.17
mnybks.net#: 25568
Origin: gutenberg.org
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no nation stretching from sea to shining sea! This is the Americans' manifest destiny. You are the hope of the future ... you will save the world from Hitler, from Bolshevism--"

"Crazy as a hoot owl," Bowie said sadly. "Ord, you and Travis got to look at it both ways. We ain't all in the right in this war--we Americans got our faults, too."

"But you are free men," Ord whispered. "Vulgar, opinionated, brutal--but free! You are still better than any breed who kneels to tyranny--"

Crockett came in. "O.K., Jim."

"How'd it go?"

"Fifty-one per cent for hightailin' it right now."

Bowie smiled. "That's a flat majority. Let's make tracks."

"Comin', Bill?" Crockett asked. "You're O.K., but you just don't know how to be one of the boys. You got to learn that no dog is better'n any other."

"No," Travis croaked hoarsely. "I stay. Stay or go, we shall all die like dogs, anyway. Boys, for the last time! Don't reveal our weakness to the enemy--"

"What weakness?

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