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Readings in Arkansas Politics and Government
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Readings in Arkansas Politics and Government brings together in one volume some of the best available scholarly research, both new and not so new, on a wide range of topics and issues of interest to students of politics and government in the Natural State.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyright, Dedication
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. vii-x
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  1. Acknowledgments
  2. pp. xi-xii
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  1. Foreword
  2. pp. xiii-xiv
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  1. Introduction
  2. pp. xv-xvi
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  1. Part I: Foundations and Context in Arkansas Politics and Government
  2. pp. 1-2
  1. Political Culture, Political Attitudes, and Aggregated Demographic Effects: Regionalism and Political Ideology in Arkansas
  2. pp. 3-16
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  1. The Proposed Arkansas Constitution of 1970
  2. pp. 17-38
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  1. Intelligible, Honest, and Impartial Democracy: Making Laws at the Arkansas Ballot Box; or, Why Jim Hannah and Ray Thornton Were Right about May v. Daniels
  2. pp. 39-62
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  1. The Antievolution Law: Church and State in Arkansas
  2. pp. 63-84
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  1. Low Villains and Wickedness in High Places: Race and Class in the Elaine Race Riots
  2. pp. 85-104
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  1. A Place at the Table: Hot Springs and the GI Revolt
  2. pp. 105-124
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  1. Part II: Policymaking Institutions in Arkansas Politics and Government
  2. pp. 142-143
  1. “The Great Negro State of the Country”?: Black Legislators in Arkansas, 1973-2000
  2. pp. 127-156
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  1. Term Limits in Arkansas: Opportunities and Consequences
  2. pp. 157-166
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  1. Arkansas Governors in the Twentieth Century: A Ranking and Analysis
  2. pp. 167-186
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  1. A Practitioner’s Guide to Arkansas’s New Judicial Article
  2. pp. 187-196
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  1. History, Political Culture, and Constitutional Reform in Arkansas
  2. pp. 197-214
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  1. Part III: Practicing Politics in Arkansas Politics and Government
  2. pp. 215-216
  1. Orval E. Faubus: Out of Socialism into Realism
  2. pp. 217-232
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  1. Noblesse Oblige and Practical Politics: Winthrop Rockefeller and the Civil Rights Movement
  2. pp. 233-250
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  1. The Arkansas Electorate
  2. pp. 251-264
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  1. “What Women Wanted”: Arkansas Women’s Commissions and the ERA
  2. pp. 265-292
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  1. A Crime Unfit to Be Named: Arkansas and Sodomy
  2. pp. 293-306
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  1. The Big Three of Late-Twentieth-Century Arkansas Politics: Dale Bumpers, Bill Clinton, and David Pryor
  2. pp. 307-326
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  1. Outsiders and the Amateur Legislature: A Case Study of Legislative Politics
  2. pp. 327-340
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  1. Part IV: Policy Issues and Political Patterns for the Twenty-first Century in Arkansas Politics and Government
  2. pp. 341-342
  1. Arkansas: More Signs of Momentum for Republicanism in Post–“Big Three” Arkansas
  2. pp. 343-360
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  1. Arkansas: Still Swingin’ in 2004
  2. pp. 361-384
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  1. Education Reform in Arkansas: Hitting a Moving Target
  2. pp. 385-404
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  1. Notes
  2. pp. 405-462
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 463-466
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 467-484
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