POLS 1101 Chapter 3 Essay

POLS 1101 Chapter 3 Essay - Krishal Patel Jamison Dague...

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Krishal Patel Jamison Dague POLS 1101 Journalism 516 Chapter 3: Republican Rebirth, Democratic Delaying Actions After the mid-1900s, Georgia was a strong supporter of the Democratic Party. A couple years later, for the first time in history, Georgia gave its Electoral College votes to a Republican. Barry Goldwater, a strong proponent of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, voted against the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Georgia supported any adversary against the Civil Rights Act. After the end of the county unit system, cancelled by the courts for violating the one- person, one-vote standard, Georgia acquired a majority vote requirement. Arnall and Maddox faced off in the election and Maddox defeated Arnall by mobilizing rural, conservative voters who had been the support of the Talmadge era. In running for the governorship, Maddox and Callaway had very different methods. Maddox was a strong protagonist against the Civil Rights Act which made him unappealing to African American voters. As for Callaway, he isolated
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This note was uploaded on 02/12/2012 for the course POLS 1101 taught by Professor Cann during the Spring '08 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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POLS 1101 Chapter 3 Essay - Krishal Patel Jamison Dague...

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