- Title Pages
- Introduction: Has the South Become Republican?
- 1 Voting for God and the GOP: The Role of Evangelical Religion in the Emergence of the Republican South
- 2 “Out-Democratin' the Democrats”: Religious Colleges and the Rise of the Republican Party in the South—A Case Study
- 3 With God on Our Side: Moral and Religious Issues, Southern Culture, and Republican Realignment in the South
- 4 A Suburban Story: The Rise of Republicanism in Postwar Georgia, 1948–1980
- 5 Virginia's Northern Strategy: Southern Segregationists and the Route to National Conservatism
- 6 Kennedyphobia and the Rise of Republicans in Northwest Louisiana, 1960–1962
- 7 Race, Grassroots Activism, and the Evolution of the Republican Right in South Carolina, 1952–1974
- 8 A Southern Road Less Traveled: The 1966 Gubernatorial Election and (Winthrop) Rockefeller Republicanism in Arkansas
- 9 “Gun Cotton”: Southern Industrialists, International Trade, and the Republican Party in the 1950s
- 10 The First Southern Strategy: The Taft and the Dewey/Eisenhower Factions in the GOP
- 11 The Black Cabinet: Economic Civil Rights in the Nixon Administration
- 12 M. E. Bradford, the Reagan Right, and the Resurgence of Confederate Nationalism
- Conclusion: America's Appointment with Destiny—A Cautionary Tale
- New Perspectives on the History of the South
- Painting Dixie Red
- University Press of Florida
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