- Preface to the Enlarged Edition, 1994
- 1. The New Black Politics
- The New Black Voter and Jackson’s Presidential Campaigns
- The Second Stage of the Civil Rights Movement?
- 2. Race, Class, and Black Policy Views
- Is the Significance of Race Increasing or Declining?
- Black Political Liberalism and Conservatism
- United by Race or Divided by Class?
- 3. Blacks and the Democratic Party
- A Historical Overview
- Explaining Black Support for the Democratic Party Today
- Impact of the Reagan Presidency and the Jackson Candidacies
- 4. Group Resources and Black Electoral Participation
- Black Collective Resources
- Who within the Black Community Participates?
- The Impact of Group-Based Political Resources on Black Participation
- Black Officeseeking and Participation
- 5. Black Turnout in the 1984 and 1988 Presidential Primaries and Elections
- Who Voted in the 1984 and 1988 Presidential Primaries?
- The Impact of Reagan, Bush, and Jackson on Turnout in the Presidential Elections
- Blacks as Strategic Voters
- 6. The Black Vote in 1984 and 1988
- Blacks’ Evaluations of Presidential Nominees and Presidents
- Economic Conditions and the Black Presidential Vote
- Black Support for Jesse Jackson
- 7. Black Power and Electoral Politics
- The Black Power Movement
- Black Political Independence and Racial Voting
- The Resurgence of Black Nationalism
- 8. Black Electoral Politics and Beyond
- Group-Oriented Politics or a Movement?
- Black Alternatives to the Ballot
- 9. A Show of Loyalty: Black Voters in the 1992 Elections
- Explaining Black Party Loyalty in 1992
- Blacks and Third-Party Candidate Ross Perot
- A Record Expansion of Blacks’ Legislative Power
- Appendix A: The National Black Election Study
- Appendix B: Methodological Notes
From Protest to Politics
The New Black Voters in American Elections, Enlarged Edition
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Publication Date: 08/19/1998