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The Emerging Republican Majority.

By: Phillips, Kevin P.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.The James Madison Library in American Politics: Publisher: Princeton : Princeton University Press, 2014Description: 1 online resource (599 p.).ISBN: 9781400852291.Subject(s): HISTORY / United States / 20th Century | POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Ideologies / Conservatism & Liberalism | POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Process / Political Advocacy | POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Process / Political Parties | Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ) | United States -- Politics and governmentGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Emerging Republican MajorityDDC classification: 324.2734 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; The Emerging Republican Majority; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; General Editor's Introduction; Preface to the Princeton University Press Edition; Preface to the 1970 Paperback Edition; I Introduction; II The Northeast; A. Northeast Sociopolitical Voting Streams; 1. The Establishment; 2. The Yankees; 3. The Negroes; 4. The Jews; 5. The Non-Yankee Northeast; 6. The Catholics; 7. Suburbia; B. The Northeastern Future; III The South; A. The Deep South; 1. The Black Belt; 2. Dixie Upcountry; 3. French Louisiana; B. The Outer South; 1. The Southern Mountains; 2. The Piedmont
3. The Black Belts4. The New Urban Florida and Texas; 5. The Southern Plains; 6. The Latin Crescent; C. The Future of Southern Politics; IV The Heartland; A. The Border; B. The Great Lakes; C. The Farm States; D. The Mountain States; E. A United Heartland; V The Pacific States; A. The Northern Pacific Coast; B. Southern California; 1. The Sun Belt Phenomenon; 2. The Rise of Southern California; C. The Pacific Interior; D. The Pacific Future; VI The Future of American Politics; Index
Summary: One of the most important and controversial books in modern American politics, The Emerging Republican Majority (1969) explained how Richard Nixon won the White House in 1968-and why the Republicans would go on to dominate presidential politics for the next quarter century. Rightly or wrongly, the book has widely been seen as a blueprint for how Republicans, using the so-called Southern Strategy, could build a durable winning coalition in presidential elections. Certainly, Nixon's election marked the end of a "New Deal Democratic hegemony" and the beginning of a conservative realignment encom
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Cover; The Emerging Republican Majority; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; General Editor's Introduction; Preface to the Princeton University Press Edition; Preface to the 1970 Paperback Edition; I Introduction; II The Northeast; A. Northeast Sociopolitical Voting Streams; 1. The Establishment; 2. The Yankees; 3. The Negroes; 4. The Jews; 5. The Non-Yankee Northeast; 6. The Catholics; 7. Suburbia; B. The Northeastern Future; III The South; A. The Deep South; 1. The Black Belt; 2. Dixie Upcountry; 3. French Louisiana; B. The Outer South; 1. The Southern Mountains; 2. The Piedmont

3. The Black Belts4. The New Urban Florida and Texas; 5. The Southern Plains; 6. The Latin Crescent; C. The Future of Southern Politics; IV The Heartland; A. The Border; B. The Great Lakes; C. The Farm States; D. The Mountain States; E. A United Heartland; V The Pacific States; A. The Northern Pacific Coast; B. Southern California; 1. The Sun Belt Phenomenon; 2. The Rise of Southern California; C. The Pacific Interior; D. The Pacific Future; VI The Future of American Politics; Index

One of the most important and controversial books in modern American politics, The Emerging Republican Majority (1969) explained how Richard Nixon won the White House in 1968-and why the Republicans would go on to dominate presidential politics for the next quarter century. Rightly or wrongly, the book has widely been seen as a blueprint for how Republicans, using the so-called Southern Strategy, could build a durable winning coalition in presidential elections. Certainly, Nixon's election marked the end of a "New Deal Democratic hegemony" and the beginning of a conservative realignment encom

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Kevin Phillips is a writer and political commentator. He is the author of fifteen books, including, most recently, 1775 , Bad Money , American Theocracy , and American Dynasty .

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