The Great Melding: War, the Dixiecrat, Rebellion, and the Southern Model for America s New Conservatism (Hardback)

Glenn Feldman

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Language: English Brand New Book. The Great Melding: War, the Dixiecrat Rebellion, and the Southern Road to AmericaAEs New Conservatism is the second book in Glenn FeldmanAEs groundbreaking series on how the American South switched its allegiance from the Democratic to the Republican Party in the twentieth century. Audacious in its scope, subtle in its analysis, and persuasive in its argui??ments, The Great Melding is the second book in Glenn FeldmanAEs magi??isterial recounting of the SouthAEs monumental transformation from a Reconstruction-era citadel of Democratic Party inertia to a cauldron of GOP agitation. In this pioneering study, he shows how the transitional years after World War II, the Dixiecrat episode, and the early 1950s formed a pivotal sequence of events that altered AmericaAEs political landscape in profound, fundamental, and unexpected ways. FeldmanAEs landmark The Irony of the Solid South dismantled the myth of the New Deal consensus, proving it to be only a fleeting alliance of fissiparous factions; The Great Melding further examines how the South broke away from that consensus. Exploring the role of race and white supremacy, Feldman documents and explains the roles of economi??ics, religion, and emotive appeals to patriotism in southern voting patterns. His probing and original analysis includes a discussion of the limits of southern liberalism and a fresh examination of the Dixiecrat Revolt of 1948. Feldman convincingly argues that the Dixiecratsuoften dismissed as a transitory footnote in American politicsuserved as a template for the modern conservative movement. Now a predictably conservai??tive stronghold, Alabama at the time was viewed by national political strategists as a battleground and bellwether. Masterfully synthesizing a vast range of sources, Feldman shows that Alabama, far from being predictable, was one of the few states where voters chose between the competing ideologies of the Democrats, Republicans, and Dixiecrats. Writing in his lively and provocative style, Feldman demonstrates that the events he recounts in Alabama between 1942 and Dwight EisenhowerAEs 1952 election encapsulate a rare moment of fluidity in American politics, one in which the New Deal consensus shattered and the Democratic and Republican parties fought off a third-party revolt only to find themselves irrevocably altered by their success. The Great Melding will fascinate historians, political scientists, political strategists, and readers of political non-fiction. N° de réf. du libraire

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Synopsis : The Great Melding: War, the Dixiecrat Rebellion, and the Southern Road to AmericaAEs New Conservatism is the second book in Glenn FeldmanAEs groundbreaking series on how the American South switched its allegiance from the Democratic to the Republican Party in the twentieth century. Audacious in its scope, subtle in its analysis, and persuasive in its argui??ments, The Great Melding is the second book in Glenn FeldmanAEs magi??isterial recounting of the SouthAEs monumental transformation from a Reconstruction-era citadel of Democratic Party inertia to a cauldron of GOP agitation. In this pioneering study, he shows how the transitional years after World War II, the Dixiecrat episode, and the early 1950s formed a pivotal sequence of events that altered AmericaAEs political landscape in profound, fundamental, and unexpected ways. FeldmanAEs landmark The Irony of the Solid South dismantled the myth of the New Deal consensus, proving it to be only a fleeting alliance of fissiparous factions; The Great Melding further examines how the South broke away from that consensus. Exploring the role of race and white supremacy, Feldman documents and explains the roles of economi??ics, religion, and emotive appeals to patriotism in southern voting patterns. His probing and original analysis includes a discussion of the limits of southern liberalism and a fresh examination of the Dixiecrat Revolt of 1948. Feldman convincingly argues that the Dixiecratsuoften dismissed as a transitory footnote in American politicsuserved as a template for the modern conservative movement. Now a predictably conservai??tive stronghold, Alabama at the time was viewed by national political strategists as a battleground and bellwether. Masterfully synthesizing a vast range of sources, Feldman shows that Alabama, far from being predictable, was one of the few states where voters chose between the competing ideologies of the Democrats, Republicans, and Dixiecrats. Writing in his lively and provocative style, Feldman demonstrates that the events he recounts in Alabama between 1942 and Dwight EisenhowerAEs 1952 election encapsulate a rare moment of fluidity in American politics, one in which the New Deal consensus shattered and the Democratic and Republican parties fought off a third-party revolt only to find themselves irrevocably altered by their success. The Great Melding will fascinate historians, political scientists, political strategists, and readers of political non-fiction.

Synopsis: Audacious in its scope, subtle in its analysis, and persuasive in its arguments, "The Great Melding" is the second book in Glenn Feldman's magisterial recounting of the South's transformation from a Reconstruction-era citadel of Democratic Party inertia to a cauldron of GOP agitation. In this pioneering study, Feldman shows how the transitional years after World War II, the Dixiecrat episode, and the early 1950s formed a pivotal sequence of events that altered America's political landscape in profound, fundamental, and unexpected ways. Feldman's landmark work "The Irony of the Solid South" dismantled the myth of the New Deal consensus, proving it to be only a fleeting alliance of fissiparous factions; "The Great Melding" further examines how the South broke away from that consensus. Exploring issues of race and white supremacy, Feldman documents and explains the roles of economics, religion, and emotive appeals to patriotism in southern voting patterns. His probing and original analysis includes a discussion of the limits of southern liberalism and a fresh examination of the Dixiecrat Revolt of 1948. Feldman convincingly argues that the Dixiecrats--often dismissed as a transitory footnote in American politics--served as a template for the modern conservative movement. Now a predictable Republican stronghold, Alabama at the time was viewed by national political strategists as a battleground and bellwether. Masterfully synthesizing a vast range of sources, Feldman shows that Alabama was then one of the few states where voters made unpredictable choices between the competing ideologies of the Democrats, Republicans, and Dixiecrats. Writing in his lively and provocative style, Feldman demonstrates that the events he recounts in Alabama between 1942 and Dwight Eisenhower's 1952 election encapsulate a rare moment of fluidity in American politics, one in which the New Deal consensus shattered and the Democratic and Republican parties fought off a third-party revolt only to find themselves irrevocably altered by their success. "The Great Melding" will fascinate historians, political scientists, political strategists, and readers of political nonfiction.

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Titre : The Great Melding: War, the Dixiecrat, ...
Éditeur : The University of Alabama Press
Date d'édition : 2015
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