The future ain't what it used to be : the 2016 Presidential Election in the South /

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Bibliographic Details
Corporate Author: Kapeluck, Branwell DuBose (Editor)
Other Authors: Buchanan, Scott E. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Fayetteville, AR : University of Arkansas Press, 2018.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Intro; Contents; Preface; Introduction; Part I. The Setting and Nominating Process; 1. The 2016 Southern Electorate: Demographics, Issues, and Candidate Perceptions / Patrick R. Miller; 2. The 2016 Presidential Nomination Process / Seth C. McKee; Part II. Elections in the Deep South; 3. Alabama: Republican from Top to Bottom / Shannon L. Bridgmon; 4. Georgia: A Swing State That Didn't Swing / Charles S. Bullock III; 5. Louisiana: Trump Wins Big on the Bayou / Robert E. Hogan; 6. Mississippi: Republican Dominance Confirmed / Stephen D. Shaffer and David A. Breaux.
  • 7. South Carolina: It's All About the Primary / Cole Blease Graham Jr. and Scott E. Buchanan; Part III. Elections in the Rim South; 8. Arkansas: Trump Is a Natural for the Natural State / Jay Barth and Janine A. Parry; 9. Florida: Old South Electoral Strategy Trumps the Newest Southern Politics / Jonathan Knuckey and Aubrey Jewett; 10. North Carolina: Up and Down the Tar Heel Political Roller Coaster / J. Michael Bitzer and Charles Prysby; 11. Tennessee: From Crump to Trump / Vaughn May; 12. The Great Red Wall of Texas: How Long Will It Stand? / Brian Arbour.
  • 13. Virginia: The Old Dominion Stands Out in Blue / John J. McGlennon and Jakob A. Deel; Conclusion: The Long-Term Pitfalls of Trump's Southern Strategy / H. Gibbs Knotts; Notes; Contributors; Index.