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The New Politics of the Old South

An Introduction to Southern Politics

Charles S. Bullock(ed.) ; Mark J. Rozell(ed.) ; David A. Breaux(contrib.) ; Charles S. Bullock III(contrib.) ; Patrick R. Cotter(contrib.) ; Andrew Dowdle(contrib.) ; Ronald Keith Gaddie(contrib.) ; Joseph D. Giammo(contrib.) ; Cole Blease Graham(contrib.) ; John C. Green(contrib.) ; James L. Guth(contrib.) ; Lyman A. Kellstedt(contrib.) ; James W. Lamare(contrib.) ; Laurence Moreland(contrib.) ; Michael Nelson(contrib.) ; Wayne Parent(contrib.) ; Huey Perry(contrib.) ; J L. Polinard(contrib.) ; Charles Prysby(contrib.) ; Mark J. Rozell(contrib.) ; Richard K. Scher(contrib.) ; Michael J. Scicchitano(contrib.) ; Stephen D. Shaffer(contrib.) ; John William Shapard(contrib.) ; Corwin E. Smidt(contrib.) ; Robert P. Steed(contrib.) ; Robert D. Wrinkle(contrib.)
The New Politics of the Old South
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The latest presidential election demonstrated the national importance of the shifting demographics and partisan leanings of the Southern states. When it first appeared in 1998, The New Politics of the Old South broke new ground by examining Southern political trends at the end of the twentieth century. Now in its fourth edition, with all chapters extensively revised and updated to cover events up through the 2008 elections, the authors continue their unique state-by-state analysis of political behavior. Written by the country's leading scholars of Southern politics and designed to be adopted for courses on Southern politics (but accessible to any interested reader), this book traces the shifting trends of the Southern electorate and explains its growing influence on the course of national politics.
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers; August 2009
326 pages; ISBN 9781442200180
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