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  • Title Page iv
  • Title Page v
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Table of Contents *
  • 1 - The Long Voyage Away 3
  • 2 - The Signs from the Observatory 9
  • 3 - Straight Shooting 19
  • 4 - Directed by John Ford 27
  • 5 - Old Worlds, New Ways 37
  • 6 - Half-Genius, Half-Irish 49
  • 7 - An Inner Vision 67
  • 8 - Stagecoach: the Burial and Resurrection of the West 79
  • 9 - The Semaphore of Democracy 87
  • 10 - Preparations for a Private War 101
  • 11 - Theater of War 109
  • 12 - They Were Not Expendable 123
  • 13 - Faith and the Family 135
  • 14 - The Holding of the West 141
  • 15 - Another Peace, Another War 155
  • 16 - Repose and Unsettling 165
  • 17 - Old Concerns, New Times 173
  • 18 - What You Might See Anyplace 181
  • 19 - Last Word on the West 187
  • 20 - The End of a Time 203
  • 21 - Print the Legend 213
  • Notes 219
  • Filmography 229
  • Index 293
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