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1921. Wister, an American writer whose stories helped to establish the cowboy as an archetypical, individualist hero. In a Straight Deal Wister examines British/American relations and the three points behind America's grudge against England: American schoolbooks which are biased in favor of England; various controversies since the Revolution; and certain differences in customs and manners. He also makes a plea for the restoral of good relations. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.