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Corrigan uses an intensive case study of Jacksonville, Florida, to examine the attitudes of Southern voters more broadly. As an urban Southern city that now votes solidly Republican, it reflects the political changes that have taken place across the region. Drawing on research that includes over 2,000 surveys and interviews, Corrigan considers whether or not Republicans, who now hold a majority of federal offices in the South, can provide a political system to address the region's problems.
Scholars, pundits, and members of the general public from both political parties will find this book accessible and timely.
About the Author:
Matthew T. Corrigan is chair of the Department of Political Science and Public Administration at the University of North Florida