This is the third of a series of studies of presidential election politics in the South (the first two addressing the 1984 and 1988 elections, respectively). It examines the nomination process in the region, presents a state-by-state analysis of the 1992 presidential election results, and offers some general conclusions regarding contemporary developments in southern electoral and party politics. The volume presents election data of interest to students of presidential elections, the U.S. party system, and southern politics. As such, the work represents a significant contribution to the literature on partisan politics in the South.
About the Author:
ROBERT P. STEED, LAURENCE W. MORELAND, and TOD A. BAKER are all Professors of Political Science at The Citadel in South Carolina. Together they edited The 1988 Presidential Election in the South (Praeger, 1991) and The 1984 Presidential Election in the South (Praeger, 1985).