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Texas was angry because leaders in Mexico were ignoring the Constitution of 1824, particularly Santa Anna who originally claimed to be on their side but was secretly a centralist, or rather he wanted all power directed towards him, and less power in states' rights. He angered them with every little action and they finally declared war after Austin's arrest.

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For their independance. Texas' independance.

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the unwillingness of Anglo-Americans to accept Mexican rule

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