The Political Process and Foreign Policy

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The Political Process and Foreign Policy

By Bernard C. Cohen
Princeton University Press, 1957
293 pp. $6.00

Taking the Japanese peace settlement of 1951 as a case study, Mr. Cohen examines the various components of the political process that determined American policy on this occasion--public opinion, interest groups, the press, the Executive and Congress.

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