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The New Politics of the Old South [Paperback]

Charles S., III Bullock , Mark J. Rozell , David A. Breaux , Charles S. Bullock III , Gary W. Copeland , Ronald Keith Gaddie , John C. Green , James L. Guth , Lyman A. Kellstedt , John C. Kuzenski , James W. Lamare , John Lyman Mason , Charles E. Menifield , Wayne Parent , Huey Perry , J L. Polinard , CharlesPrysby , Richard K. Scher , Michael J. Scicchitano , Corwin E. Smidt , Harold W. Stanley , Gary D. Wekkin , Robert D. Wrinkle

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November 11, 2002 0742511839 978-0742511835 Second Edition
One of the most important developments in American politics has been the growing prominence of the Southern states in the national political landscape. The first edition of The New Politics of the Old South broke new ground by examining Southern political trends at the end of the twentieth century. Now extensively revised and updated, the second edition looks toward the future of politics in the South and continues the unique state-by-state analysis of political behavior written by the country's leading scholars of Southern politics. Designed to be adopted for courses on Southern political culture, 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.

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Bullock and Rozell's new edition of The New Politics of the Old South is a fascinating introduction to the competitive party battle in the South. Anyone interested in regional trends and political developments in the individual southern states should read this valuable book. (Earl Black, Rice University)

Given that the South continued to be the most interesting region in terms of partisan change in the 1990s, many teachers of southern politics in need of an up-to-date text chronicling those changes will find a use for New Politics of the Old South. Well-written and accessible to undergraduates. (American Politics Review)

The New Politics of the Old South details the political impacts of massive demographic shifts in the nation's fastest growing region. In a state by state analysis, the contributors trace the role of religion, race, gender, and party identification in the rise of new brands of candidates and new styles of campaigning. The South's growing role in national-level politics becomes crystal clear as the reader moves from one chapter to the next. If you love the ever-changing world of politics, you will find this collection fascinating and informative. (Susan A. MacManus, University of South Florida)

The New Politics of the Old South lucidly analyzes the complex patterns of Democratic and Republican party competition in southern states. This splendid book will delight and educate scholars, journalists, and students of modern southern politics. (Merle Black, Emory University)

About the Author

Charles S. Bullock III is Richard B. Russell Professor of Political Science at the University of Georgia. Mark J. Rozell is professor and chair of the Department of Politics at The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C.

Product Details

  • Paperback: 328 pages
  • Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers; Second Edition edition (November 11, 2002)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0742511839
  • ISBN-13: 978-0742511835
  • Product Dimensions: 9.4 x 6 x 1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15 ounces
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,540,186 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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