Patriotic Chicagolander Wrote:
Nov 25, 2012 10:37 AM
"In sum, the GOP's Southern electorate was not rural, nativist, less educated, afraid of change, or concentrated in the most stagnant parts of the Deep South. It was disproportionately suburban, middle-class, educated, younger, non-native-Southern, and concentrated in the growth-points that were, so to speak, the least "Southern" parts of the South. This is a very strange way to reincarnate George Wallace's movement." The Segregationists became Republicans myth busted in greater detail: http://www.claremont.org/publications/crb/id.928/article_detail.asp