Normal0falsefalsefalseMicrosoftInternetExplorer4There 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 Nationalization Have Eroded The Major Elements Of Southern Distinctiveness Although This Volume Does Not Purport To Settle The Debate On Southern Political Change, It Does Present A Variety Of Recent Evidence That Helps Put This Important Debate Into Perspective In The Process It Helps Clarify The Contemporary Politics Of The South For Readers Ranging From The Scholar To The Casual Observer.The Essays In The Disappearing South Address The Ongoing Debate Contributors, In Addition To The Editors, Include E Lee Bernick, Earl Black, Merle Black, Lewis Bowman, Edward G Carmines, Patrick Cotter, Thomas Eamon, Douglas G Feig, John C Green, James L Guth, William E Hulbary, Anne E Kelley, Lyman A Kellstedt, David M Olson, John Shelton Reed, Harold Stanley, James G Stovall, John Theilmann, Stephen H Wainscott, And Allen Wilhite.
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