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Public opinion and foreign policy in the United States.

Walter Lippmann

Public opinion and foreign policy in the United States.

[Lectures]

by Walter Lippmann

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Published by Allen and Unwin in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • United States -- Foreign relations

    • Edition Notes

      Published in the United States with title: Isolation and alliances : an American speaks to the British.

      StatementIntrod. by Earl Spencer.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE744 .L55
      The Physical Object
      Pagination52 p.
      Number of Pages52
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6132278M
      LC Control Number53004138
      OCLC/WorldCa6097339

        In the United States, many presidents are known for their landmark foreign policy decisions such as the Monroe Doctrine which opposed the imperialist takeover of an independent state. A foreign policy can also be the decision to not participate in international organizations and conversations, such as the more isolationist policies of North : Brionne Frazier.   The public’s leading long-range foreign policy goals for the United States are focused on security, including economic security. About seven-in-ten (72%) say that taking measures to protect the U.S. from terrorist attacks should be a top priority for the country, while about as many (71%) say the same about protecting the jobs of American workers.

        Images of overly unstable foreign policy opinions changed after Shapiro and Page’s () landmark study of American public opinion and foreign policy. They amassed an extensive database of survey questions on foreign policy in the United States between and Cited by: 5.   Strong feelings undergirded by scanty knowledge are hardly new to American public opinion about foreign policy. In a book and article of the mids, Harold Isaacs found among Americans a new awareness and sense of “worried urgency” about Asia.

      The war in Vietnam achieved almost none of the goals the American decision-makers formulated, and it cost more t American lives. Yet, until recently, Americans have preferred to ignore the causes and consequences of this disaster by treating the war as an aberration in United States foreign policy, an unfortunate but unique mistake.   Public opinion and foreign policy in the United States: [Lectures] by Walter Lippmann 3 editions - first published in Written works: Public Opinion, Drift and Mastery, The Phantom Public, A Preface to Politics, Liberty and the news.


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