Bullock, Charles S. III
|서명/저자사항||The South and the transformation of U.S. politics / Charles S. Bullock III, Susan A. MacManus, Jeremy D. Mayer, Mark J. Rozell.|
|개인저자||Bullock, Charles S. III, 1942- |
MacManus, Susan A.
|발행사항||New York : Oxford University, 2019.|
|형태사항||viii, 196 p. : ill.,charts ; 22 cm.|
|서지주기||Includes bibliographical references (p. 167-181) and index.|
|요약||By the onset of the twenty-first century the Republican Party had come to dominate politics in the once-solid Democratic Southern United States. As it was when V.O. Key wrote his classic study of the region, southern politics continues to be heavily influenced by race, as shown in the strong regional support for Donald Trump in 2016. Nonetheless, demographic trends, particularly an influx of Latino and Asian immigrants, portend major shifts. In fact, the populations of Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia have grown more rapidly than the population of the nation as a whole over the past half century, and these growth states are the ones in which populations are diversifying, economies are surging, and Democrats are making headway. This book explains how the South has fundamentally changed in the past half century and what this foretells for politics at the regional and national level.|
|주제명(지명)||Southern States --Politics and government --1951-|
United States --Politics and government.
Southern States --Social conditions --1945-