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POLS 3300 Southern Politics is a Political Science course at TTU. 3 elite notetakers have produced 4 study materials for this Political Science course.
Dr. Seth C. McKee
Theses notes are the first day, August 29th of Southern Politics. They list the 11 southern states. Only one day of notes. There was no class on Thursday, August 31st.
These notes cover the Woodward (2002) book bout Jim Crow laws, capitulation to racism, the 13th, 14th, and 15 amendments, trial cases that relate to Jim Crow laws and the south, progressivism and populism, the "white primary" and color lines, and Chapter 4 in our Black and Black book
These notes cover important trials that affected segregation in the South, populism, literacy tests, poll taxes and its effects, and a small (in class) exam review
Southern Politics Study Guide/Practice Questions (Exam 1) When I make study guides, I visualize how the exam will look and create practice questions to memorize and study
These notes cover all class notes covered in our lectures. They are detailed and formatted into questions that will be similar to those on the exam. There is also a list of important names and trials at the end to look up further, if needed.
These notes cover the Civil Rights Movement, the Voting Rights Act, and several trials that were important to desegregation.
These notes cover material and data charts from our V.O Key book as well as, class notes on desegregation and an important timeline of events.
These notes cover the Bourbon Democrats, "white flight", 1968 turnout, and gender.
These notes cover the electorate, public opinion, 2 charts on Ideology and Party Identification, dealignment, realignment, crime in the south, climate in the south, Pat Conroy, H.L Menkin, the decline of Southern policy, and the shift of white southerners from Democratic to Republican due to the rise in conservativism.
These notes cover the importance of presidential elections from 1932-1984 and the significance in Southern politics, reforms, senatorial and gubernatorial elections, and a list of what party holds what seat in each of the southern states.
These notes cover the importance of the Presidential elections between 1928-1984. They also cover their significance in the Deep South states. There are also several cases important due to their reforms. Last, these notes begin to break down each southern state and discuss their politics and elections.
These notes cover the details of Mississippi, Florida, and Arkansas.
These notes cover the Presidential Election timeline from 1948-1984 in detail, the importance of the 1928 and 1932 elections and who ran during each of them. They also cover each of the southern states in further detail on state and local elections.
The updated notes cover the questions asked in our in-class review that are guaranteed to be on the exam. I also added further notes on
These notes cover the start of the material needed for the final exam. They cover the recent Virginia election results, Hoovercrats, Dixiecrats, the revolt of 1948, the New Deal coalition, the Trump administration, millennial voting patterns, impeachment, LA, NJ, AL, and VA.