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Theater Nuclear Forces: Public Opinion in Western Europe
Bruce Russett and Donald R. Deluca look at European public opinion data on nuclear arms deployment and arms control. They argue that the data refute charges that Europeans are becoming neutralist, pacifist, or anti-American, but confirm that Europeans have serious doubts about the prudence of contemporary American leaders.

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