National law, changing the basis of Old South politics by dealing a new set of players into the game, has raised certain questions about the future of that politics. In a newly developed polity, will a new strategy also develop? How will the new voters influence the operation and organization of a traditionally one-party system? How will that system channel the interests of the new voters? Will the new voter find a payoff for his efforts? Will there be any special weakness in Negro political power? As it is always easier to raise than to answer questions, and to guess at rather than to know the future, I advance the following very tentatively; a future of infinite possibilities always mocks finite man's efforts to see it clearly.