The United States and Korea: American Perceptions and Policies

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The United States and Korea: American Perceptions and Policies

By Ralph N. Clough and William Watts
Potomac Associates, 1978
38 pp.
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The nation opposes President Carter's announced plans to withdraw the remaining American ground troops from South Korea, according to a survey of American opinion conducted by this respected Washington-based research organization. A clear majority feel that U.S. force commitments in South Korea should be kept at their present level or increased. This impressive study of American public opinion on key foreign policy issues shows little support for the view that the United States might become isolationist. An even larger majority of Americans want U.S. force commitments kept at their present levels or increased in Western Europe and in Japan.

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