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- Chapter 1 The Realignment of American Politics
- Chapter 2 Leadership, Motivation, and Social Identity
- Chapter 3 The American Revolution to the Mexican War
- Chapter 4 Republicans for Racial Justice: Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses S. Grant
- Chapter 5 The Republican Retreat from Founding Principles: 1877–1920
- Chapter 6 Migration and Realignment: African-Americans Move North, the GOP Moves South
- Chapter 7 Popular Vote Tectonics: Republican Domination Gives Way to Democrats