Geography

posted by Carl Wheezer

Two presidential races selected from 1940–2000. One pre-1970, other post 1980. Analysis of the spread of power through the nation for each election.

I don't understand this at all, can someone help me?

  1. Ms. Sue

    I think you need to look at which sections supported the elected president. Look at the change in political parties and who supported them.

    http://prezi.com/788g0fy4fpje/copy-of-political-maps/

  2. Reed

    I think, for example, you'll find that the "solid South" was solidly Democratic BEFORE 1980, now is solidly Republican. What other differences can you find?

  3. Ms. Sue

    http://www.counterpunch.org/2004/12/11/how-the-south-became-republican-it-s-about-race/

  4. Carl Wheezer

    I found the site my teacher wanted me to use specifically for this question woo! And I think I understand now, I appreciate you guys helping me today :)

  5. Ms. Sue

    You're very welcome.

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