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The Myth of Southern Exceptionalism
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At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer's personal information. You submitted the following rating and review. We'll publish them on our site once we've reviewed them. Continue shopping. Where once the poor voted Republican and the rich Democrat, that pattern reversed, as economic development became the engine of Republican gains. Racial desegregation, never far from the heart of the story, often applied the brakes to these gains rather than fueling them.
A book that is bound to shake up the study of Southern politics, this will also become required reading for pundits and political strategists, for all those who argue over what it takes to carry the South.
In The Number of the Heavens , Tom Siegfried, the award-winning former editor of Science News , shows that one of the most fascinating and controversial ideas in contemporary cosmology—the existence of multiple parallel universes—has a long and divisive history that continues to this day. We spoke to him about the possible existence of a multiverse and the co …. The parade of substantive surprises continued. In particular, Congress— both the House and, in a weaker fashion, the Senate—behaved very differently in institutional terms than did the presidency.
While class continued to trump race as an engine for partisan change, race now worked, for the presidency, in the way that the existing literature suggested: whites in blacker areas were more likely to vote Republican. As a result, where analysis of the impact of two social forces in the House had brought political intermediaries back into the picture, this difference in voting behavior between Congress and the presidency brought institutional structures back into the story as well. It also brought the analysis back around to the voting behavior that had started this entire progression.