Dr. James Broussard
The Southern Federalists, 1800-1816 (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State Univ. Press, 1979).
Cracking the Solid South, 1961: Social Change, the New Frontier, and a Two-Party Texas (in progress).
"Historians and the Early Republic: SHEAR's Origins and Prospects," Journal of the Early Republic, 2 (1982): 61-68.
"The North Carolina Federalists, 1800-1816," North Carolina Historical Review, 55 (1978): 18-41.
"Party and Partisanship in American Legislatures: The South Atlantic States, 1800-1812," Journal of Southern History, 43 (1977): 39-58.
"Parties, Elections, and Groups," a portion of chap. 3 of Beryl E. Pettus & Randall W. Bland, Texas Government Today: Structures, Functions, Political Processes (Homewood, Ill.: Dorsey Press, 1976).
"Regional Pride and Republican Politics: The Fatal Weakness of Southern Federalism," South Atlantic Quarterly, 73 (1974): 23-33.
"Some Determinants of Know-Nothing Electoral Strength in the South, 1856," Louisiana History, 7 (1966): 5-20.
Some thirty-five reviews in two dozen journals including Agricultural History, American Historical Review, Journal of American History, Journal of Southern History, New England Quarterly, Pacific Historical Review, and William and Mary Quarterly.