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Q: What decision does Tim make about the Cowboys?
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How does Colonel Parsons explain the decision to Tim?

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What does Tim do when the cowboys stop him in My Brother Sam is Dead?

He stays calm and gives them what they want.


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When Tim and Father go to Verplank's Point to sell cattle, they are stopped by cowboys. The cowboys say that they don't want the cattle to be sold to the british, since the rebels are short of every supply they need, but really just want to take the cattle and sell it themselves for money and other stuff. They really didn't care who got the cattle.


How did Tim landrys career end with the cowboys?

Tom Landry was replaced in February 1989 by new Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, who hired University of Miami head coach Jimmy Johnson.