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The rational Southerner black mobilization, republican growth, and the partisan transformation of the American South /

What drove the transformation of post-World War II politics in the South? In The Rational Southerner, M. V. Hood, Quentin Kidd, and Irwin L. Morris develop a theory of relative advantage to explain why whites fled the Democratic Party and what propelled black political mobilization. Collating decade...

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Main Author: Hood, M. V.
Other Authors: Kidd, Quentin., Morris, Irwin L. 1967-, Oxford Scholarship Online.
Format: Electronic
Language: English
Published: New York ; Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2012.
Physical Description: 1 online resource. : illustrations.
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Summary: What drove the transformation of post-World War II politics in the South? In The Rational Southerner, M. V. Hood, Quentin Kidd, and Irwin L. Morris develop a theory of relative advantage to explain why whites fled the Democratic Party and what propelled black political mobilization. Collating decades of data, the authors demonstrate that race was, and is, the chief force behind political change in the region.
Item Description: What drove the transformation of post-World War II politics in the South? In The Rational Southerner, M. V. Hood, Quentin Kidd, and Irwin L. Morris develop a theory of relative advantage to explain why whites fled the Democratic Party and what propelled black political mobilization. Collating decades of data, the authors demonstrate that race was, and is, the chief force behind political change in the region.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Physical Description: 1 online resource. : illustrations.
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN: 9780199980017