Guest Host: Susan Page

Two political analysts explain what’s driving regional voting patterns, why the Republican and Democratic parties are locked into such a fierce power struggle, and what this divide may mean for 2008 elections.


  • Merle Black Professor of politics and government at Emory University and co-author of co-author of "Divided America: The Ferocious Power Struggle in American Politics"
  • Earl Black Professor of political science at Rice University and co-author of "The Rise of Southern Republicans," "The Vital South," and "Politics and Society in the South."

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