In time of war : understanding American public opinion from World War II to Iraq (Book, 2009) []
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In time of war : understanding American public opinion from World War II to Iraq

In time of war : understanding American public opinion from World War II to Iraq

Author: Adam J Berinsky
Publisher: Chicago, Ill. ; London : The University of Chicago Press, ©2009.
Series: Chicago studies in American politics
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

From World War II to the war in Iraq, periods of international conflict seem like unique moments in US political history - but when it comes to public opinion, they are not. This title explores  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Adam J Berinsky
ISBN: 9780226043586 9780226043593 0226043584 0226043592
OCLC Number: 769476056
Description: 336 p. : il., gráf., tablas ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction: America at war --
Historical perspective --
Public opinion and war: a historical perspective --
The myths and meaning of public opinion and World War II --
The structure of support for war --
The calculation of costs: an innocent public --
Partisan structure of war support: events, elites, and the public --
Ethnic groups: attachments, enmities, and support for war --
Public opinion and war: back to the water's edge --
Civil liberties and war --
Elections during wartime --
Conclusions --
Appendix A: description of data and weighting --
Appendix B: Iraq war casualty survey analysis --
Appendix C: congressional record content analysis --
Appendix D: statistical significance of ethnic variables --
Appendix E: relationship between support for war and support for restricting civil liberties --
Appendix F: NES analysis of retrospective war support.
Series Title: Chicago studies in American politics
Responsibility: Adam J. Berinsky.


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