Republican Party Politics And The American South, 1865-1968
de Jeffery A. (University Of Southern California) Jenkins e Boris (Fordham University, New York) Heersink
Sobre o livro
Traces the transformation of the Republican Party in the South after Reconstruction from a biracial organization to a mostly all-white one. This shift, combined with laws passed to disenfranchise blacks during the Jim Crow era, helps explain how the GOP emerged as a competitive and ultimately dominant electoral party in the late-20th century South.