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"Dont't Tread on Me": Public Opinion and Foreign Policy in the Eighties
Bruce Russett and Donald R. Deluca document, from numerous public opinion surveys, the recent shift in American opinion in favor of increased military spending and greater willingness to defend allies abroad. They also begin to offer some possible explanations for that shift, giving special attention to the treatment of foreign events by the mass media.

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