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There is widespread agreement that the South has changed dramatically since the end of World War II. Social, demographic, economic, and political changes have altered significantly the region long considered the nation’s most distinctive. There is less agreement, however, about the extent to which the forces of nationalizatio xplorer4
Additional Information. The Disappearing South?: Studies in Regional Change and Continuity. Robert P. Steed, Laurence W. Moreland, Tod A. Baker, Merle Black, Earl Black, Edward G. Carmines. Published by: The University of Alabama Press. The essays in The Disappearing South address the ongoing debate.
The Disappearing South: Studies in Regional Change and Continuity. Baker. Cum sociis natoque penatibus et magnis dis parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus. ARTICLE CITATION. David E. Sturrock, "The Disappearing South: Studies in Regional Change and Continuity. Baker," The Journal of Politics 53, no. 1 (Fe. 1991): 238-240.
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Studies in Regional Change and Continuity. Stephen D. Shaffer, Mississippi State University.
Regional studies outline the political history relevant to the 1988 elections, and follow the concurrent nomination races. Each state chapter furnishes information which highlights the unique political complexion of the state being discussed and also shows how its character fits into the overall picture of a constantly changing Southern political profile. By presenting both an overview of the South as a political entity and a close-up study of the variety of its constituents, this volume proves a valuable addition to the literature which projects the future of Southern politics. TOD A. BAKER is Professor of Political Science at The Citadel.