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Southern politics in the 1990s

Author: Alexander P Lamis
Publisher: Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, ©1999.
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"During the 1990s, the Republican party surged to majority status in the South after two decades of struggling unevenly to become established in the formerly one-party Democratic section of the country. In this comprehensive, up-to-date study, seasoned observers tell the story of the GOP's remarkable advance at the regional level and in each of the eleven states of the former Confederacy, effectively capturing the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Southern politics in the 1990s.
Baton Rouge : Louisiana State University Press, c1999
(DLC) 98050424
(OCoLC)40489100
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Alexander P Lamis
ISBN: 058535720X 9780585357201
OCLC Number: 47010242
Description: 1 online resource (xv, 490 p.) : ill., map.
Contents: The two-party South: from the 1960s to the 1990s / Alexander P. Lamis --
South Carolina: a decade of rapid Republican ascent / Glen T. Broach and Lee Bandy --
North Carolina: between Helms and Hunt no majority emerges / Rob Christensen and John D. Fleer --
Georgia: Democratic bastion no longer / Michael Binford, Tom Baxter, and David E. Sturrock --
Virginia: Republicans surge in the competitive dominion / Margaret Edds and Thomas R. Morris --
Arkansas: characters, crises, and change / Jay Barth, Diane D. Blair, and Ernie Dumas --
Tennessee: a partisan big bang amid quiet accommodation / Philip Ashford and Richard Locker --
Alabama: the GOP rises in the heart of Dixie / Patrick R. Cotter and Tom Gordon --
Mississippi: from pariah to pacesetter? / Stephen D. Shaffer ... [et al.] --
Louisiana: still sui generis like Henry / Edward F. Renwick, T. Wayne Parent, and Jack Wardlaw --
Texas: Republicans gallop ahead / Richard Murray and Sam Attlesey --
Florida: a volatile national microcosm / Joan Carver and Tom Fiedler --
Southern politics in the 1990s / Alexander P. Lamis.
Responsibility: edited by Alexander P. Lamis.

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"During the 1990s, the Republican party surged to majority status in the South after two decades of struggling unevenly to become established in the formerly one-party Democratic section of the country. In this comprehensive, up-to-date study, seasoned observers tell the story of the GOP's remarkable advance at the regional level and in each of the eleven states of the former Confederacy, effectively capturing the current partisan dynamics at work throughout Dixie."--BOOK JACKET.

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