Politics in the Border States: A Study of the Patterns of Political Organization, and Political Change, Common to the Border States: Maryland, West Virginia, Kentucky, and Missouri

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
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1. Population Sources by Counties, 1870 (Missouri)8
2. Democratic and. Republican Counties in Presidential Election of 1896 (Missouri)10
3. Democratic and Republican Counties in Presidential Election of 1904 (Missouri)10
4. Counties Carried by Rhea and Chandler in First Democratic Gubernatorial Primary, 1935 (Kentucky)30
5. Counties in which Per Capita Payments to Individuals were 39 Percent or Less of National Average, 1939 (Kentucky)32
6. Kentucky Economic Areas, 195040
7. Comparison of Routes of Selected Railroad Lines and Percentage-Point Increase in Democratic Vote by Counties in Gubernatorial Elections, 1899-1903 (Kentucky)44
8. Counties Carried by Barkley and Cantrill, Democratic Gubernatorial Primary, 1923 (Kentucky)50
9. The One-Sidedly Democratic and Republican Counties, Based Upon Presidential Elections, 1872-1952 (Kentucky)60
10. State of Kentucky. Majorities Cast in Presidential Elections, 1872-1952, by Selected Divisions of the State62
11. Political Change. Percentage-Point Change in Democratic Percent of Two-Party Vote. Presidential Elections 1916- 1952 (Kentucky)64
12. Selected Characteristics of the Population by Counties, 1950 (Kentucky)66
13. Fayette County, Kentucky. Comparison of Percent Democratic Vote of Two-Party Vote in City of Lexington and County Outside City in Presidential Elections, 1916-195272
14. The One-Sidedly Demorcatic and Republican Counties, Based Upon Presidential Elections, 1872-1952 (West Virginia)112
15. Political Change. Percentage-Point Change in Democratic Percent of Two-Party Vote, Presidential Elections, 1916- 1952 (West Virginia)114

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