The Southern Strategy Revisited: Republican Top-Down Advancement in the South

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INDEX
Abramowitz, Alan I., 21, 134, 185, 187, 188, 209
affirmative action, 45
affirmative redistricting, 10-11, 92, 94, 99, 103, 246; in contesting and winning elections, 105-8. See also redistricting
Agnew, Spiro, 33
Agnich, Fred, 144
Alabama Republicans, 97, 99, 213; contesting state legislative elections, 194; election wins, 102-3; Senate campaign in 1962, 26
Alcorn, Meade, 27
Alexander, Lamar, 105
Allain, Bill, 213
Allen, George, Jr., 165
American National Election Studies (ANES), 44
Americans for Democratic Action (ADA) scores, 126-27, 129-31, 140
America Votes (Elections Research Center), 91
Anderson, R. Bruce, 204
Archer, Bill, 58
Archer, Van Henry, Jr., 144
Arkansas Republicans, 97, 99; contesting state legislative elections, 193; election wins, 102-3
Armey, Dick, 58
Atwater, Lee, 53, 145
Austin, Jeanie, 68, 69, 78, 136
Axelrod, Robert, 24
Bailey-Hutchinson, Kay, 146, 165
Baker, Howard, 70, 90, 104
Baker v. Carr, 6
Baliles, Gerald, 152
Barbour, Haley, 113
Bass, Jack, 148
Baxley, Bill, 213, 214
Beck, Paul Allen, 12, 13
Bedsole, Ann, 48
Bentson, Lloyd, 115, 146
bias and redistricting, 170-76
Bibby, J.F., 72
Bible beliefs and voters, 49-50
Bible Belt: counties, 63; demographic cluster analysis of, 237-38
Billings, Robert, Sr., 40
Black, Charles, 60
Black, Earl, 13, 21, 23, 24, 47, 115
Black, Merle, 13, 21, 23, 24, 47, 115, 116, 186
Black Belt: counties, 63; demographic cluster analysis of, 238-40
blacks: in 1984 election, 12; exclusion from political parties in Deep South, 39; and ideology of Democratic party, 61-62; as part of Southern Democratic coalition, 9-10, 40; percentage of and Republican advancement, 62-64; representation in South in 1994, 103

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Figures, Tables, and Maps viii
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Section 1 3
  • Chapter 1 Seeds of Change 5
  • Chapter 2 the Rhetoric of the Southem Strategy 18
  • Chapter 3: Colonizing the South 65
  • Chapter 4: Contesting and Winning Elections 90
  • Section 2 111
  • Chapter 5: Ideology 113
  • Chapter 6 Intraparty Coalitional Politics: the Coleman Paradox 143
  • Chapter 7 the Redistricting Explanation 167
  • Chapter 8: Democratic Incumbency 183
  • Chapter 9: Top-Down Advancement 211
  • Chapter 10 the Southern Strategy and Top-Down Advancement: Conclusion 243
  • Appendix 1 Interviews 249
  • Appendix 2 Demographic Clusters 251
  • Appendix 4 Pool Time-Series Design 258
  • Appendix 5 the Measurement of Republican Subnational Advancement 260
  • Notes 263
  • Bibliography 270
  • Index 287
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