Table of contents for Writing Southern politics : essays on the post-World War II literature of Southern politics / edited by Robert P. Steed and Laurence W. Moreland.

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Foreword
	Jack Bass 
Acknowledgments 
Introduction. The Literature of Southern Politics
	Robert P. Steed and Laurence W. Moreland 
Chapter 1. Southern Political Party Development since World War II
	Charles Prysby 
Chapter 2. Who Wants to Party? Activists and Changing Southern Politics
	John J. McGlennon 
Chapter 3. Unfinished Business: Writing the Civil Rights Movement
	Richard K. Scher 
Chapter 4. Race and Southern Politics: The Special Case of Congressional Districting
	Richard L. Engstrom 
Chapter 5. Writing about Women in Southern Politics
	Penny M. Miller and Lee R. Remington 
Chapter 6. Reflections on Scholarship in Religion and Southern Politics
	Ted G. Jelen 
Chapter 7. Population Shifts Change a Region¿s Politics: The Old South Morphs into the New
	Susan A. MacManus with the assistance of Brittany L. Penberthy and Thomas A. Watson 
Chapter 8. Issues, Ideology, and Political Opinions in the South
	Patrick R. Cotter, Stephen D. Shaffer, and David A. Breaux 
Chapter 9. Presidential Elections and the South
	Harold W. Stanley 
Chapter 10. Congress and the South
	Stanley P. Berard 
Chapter 11. Southern Governors and Legislatures
	Branwell DuBose Kapeluck, Robert P. Steed, and Laurence W. Moreland 
Conclusion. Looking Back and Looking Forward: A Research Agenda for Southern Politics
	John A. Clark 
Contributors 
Index 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Political science -- Southern States -- History.
Southern States -- Politics and government -- 1951-.