Faces Of Internationalism: Public Opinion And American Foreign Policy
By Eugene R. Wittkopf
Duke University Press, 1990, 391 pp.
Drawing on detailed opinion surveys conducted in 1974-86 by the Chicago Council on Foreign Relations and supplying a mass of tables and graphs, the author demonstrates the connections between partisanship, policy preferences and core beliefs (along a spectrum from cooperative to militant internationalism). The book is useful both for those seeking public opinion data in handy form and those interested in the methodologies of survey research.