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The rise of Southern Republicans

Author: Earl Black; Merle Black
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2002.
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"The transformation of southern politics over the past fifty years has been one of the most significant developments in American political life. The emergence of formidable Republican strength in the previously solid democratic South has generated a novel and highly competitive national battle for control of Congress. Tracing the slow and difficult rise of Republicans in the south over five decades, Earl and Merle
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Black, Earl, 1942-
Rise of Southern Republicans.
Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2002
(OCoLC)605312751
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Earl Black; Merle Black
ISBN: 067400728X 9780674007284
OCLC Number: 48223261
Description: viii, 442 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Contents: The southern transformation --
Confronting the democratic juggernaut --
The promising peripheral south --
The impenetrable deep south --
The democratic smother --
The democratic domination --
Reagan's realignment of white southerners --
A new party system in the south --
The peripheral south breakthrough --
The deep south challenge --
The republican surge --
Competitive south, competitive America.
Responsibility: Earl Black and Merle Black.

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This is an account of growing competitiveness in Southern party politics and elections. It track Southern votes shifting economic, cultural and religious loyalties, black/white conflicts and  Read more...

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These two leading scholars of Southern politics present a rigorous investigation of how voting in the peripheral South (Florida, Arkansas, Texas, North Carolina, Virginia, and Tennessee) and the Deep Read more...

 
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