Austin: University of Texas, 1916.
Softcover. Good. 172 pp. Original wrappers present but heavily chipped, front wrapper detached. Binding sound, text unmarked. Old dampstin to lower outer corner of last 65 pp. Relatively scarce report resulting from Texas Governor James E. Ferguson's efforts to have several people he disliked for various reasons removed from the University of Texas Faculty and replaced with political cronies. The University declined to follow Ferguson's recommendations, and in retaliation he vetoed the appropriations bill that funded the University. Ultimately, Ferguson's attempt to interfere in University affairs resulted in his impeachment.