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DOWNWIND FROM THE BOMB.

Publication Type: Periodical

Source(s): New York Times Magazine. 2/9/1986, p33. 0p.

Abstract: ALTHOUGH AMERICA'S FIRST ATOMIC TESTS WERE conducted in secrecy in New Mexico, after World War II the United States shifted nuclear-weapons trials to the southern Pacific Ocean. The possibility of security breeches was offset, it was reasoned, by the l...

BREAKING THE DEADLOCK; An Israeli View.

Publication Type: Periodical

Source(s): New York Times Magazine. 2/21/1988, p27. 0p.

Abstract: LEAD: TO BE AN ISRAELI THESE DAYS IS, for many of us, to live with the sense that our world has begun to crumble, that our deepest beliefs and most cherished dreams are being shattered. [ABSTRACT FROM PUBLISHER]

PARTISAN MEDIA, ELECTORAL PREDICTIONS, AND WISHFUL THINKING.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Public Opinion Quarterly. 2018 Supplement, Vol. 82, p302-324. 23p. 3 Charts, 3 Graphs.

Abstract: Public predictions about the results of forthcoming elections have important consequences for political campaigns and support for governmental institutions. This research examines whether partisan media facilitate wishful thinking, which occurs when ca...

Who Studies International Law? Explaining Cross-national Variation in Compulsory International Legal Education.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): European Journal of International Law. May2019, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p481-508. 28p.

Abstract: The compulsory study of international law is a universal component of legal education in some states but extremely uncommon or non-existent in others. This article uses global data and statistical methods to test a number of conceivable explanations fo...

Polls—Federal Government Power.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Public Opinion Quarterly. Spring2019, Vol. 83 Issue 1, p135-158. 24p. 19 Charts.

Abstract: The federal government's power has been an issue in American politics throughout the history of the United States. How the public views this issue is affected by the dimension of the government's power in question. On the general question of government...

Personal Economic Struggles and Heterogeneous Government Approval after the Great Recession.

Publication Type: Academic Journal

Source(s): Public Opinion Quarterly. Fall2018, Vol. 82 Issue 3, p524-552. 29p. 8 Charts.

Abstract: Numerous studies show that ruling parties paid a political price for the recent economic crisis. Yet the degree to which the most-affected households held the government accountable for their personal economic misfortune during the crisis remains an op...

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