Presidents, public opinion, and power, the Nixon, Carter, and Reagan years, by Terry L. Deibel
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  • Presidents, public opinion, and power, the Nixon, Carter, and Reagan years, by Terry L. Deibel
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  • Presidents, public opinion, and power
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  • the Nixon, Carter, and Reagan years
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  • by Terry L. Deibel
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  • eng
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  • Includes bibliographical references (pages 71-72)
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  • illustrations
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  • non fiction
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  • bibliography
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  • 15728858
Table of contents
  • Introduction -- 1. Power and public opinion in the post-Vietnam era -- 2. Nixon, Kissinger and geopolitics -- 3. Jimmy Carter, denial of power and the quest for values -- 4. Reagan and the restoration of American power -- 5. Public opinion and the policy triangle -- Talking it over -- Reading list
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