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    • Class and party : voting behavior in the late antebellum south 

      Baker, Robin Edward (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1989)
      This study of southern presidential voting patterns from 1828 to 1860 and secession balloting in early 1861 provides the political historian with a new window to political behavior in the region. It accounts for varying ...
    • Elite structure and the revitalization vs. revolutionary movements in China and Japan 1840-1895 

      Yang, Nan (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1993)
      This study attempts to explain the political developments of Qing China and Tokugawa Japan of the late 19th century from a new perspective, one focused on the elite structure. I argue that neither Marxian nor Weberian ...
    • From the New Freedom to the New Deal : southern politics, 1900-1932 

      Bemko, Ihor (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1991)
      This study of electoral voting patterns in the eleven ex-Confederate states between 1900 and 1932 sheds new light on political behavior in the post-disfranchisement South. It relies on computer-generated multiple regressions ...
    • The political aspects of the Texas tidelands controversy 

      Pack, Lindsy Escoe (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1979)
      Texans were shocked when the federal government questioned the state's title to its offshore lands. Only gradually did they realize the magnitude of the threat to their offshore lands. Texans wanted to believe that President ...
    • Role preferences and conflict between city managers and city councils 

      Fannin, William Richard (Texas A&M University. Libraries, 1980)
      A typology of city manager policy role selection was developed containing five roles and two contingency variables. Combining low and high extremes of the two contingency variables defined four situation types. Political ...