National Leadership and Foreign Policy: A Case Study in the Mobilization of Public Support

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INDEX
Abelson, Herbert I., 177n
access, see communications system, opinion-making potential
Acheson, Dean G., 73
Adams, Theodore L., 71
Adler, Kenneth P., 121n, 190, 192n, 193n, 196n
Advisory Committee on Educational Exchange, 22n
Advisory Committee on Labor- Management Policy, 24
Agism, Philip, 367n
agricultural field, 111, 390
Alger, Chadwick F., 21n, 22n, 23n
Almond, Gabriel A., 28n, 38n, 107n, 180n, 181n, 185n, 195n, 220n, 230
Alsop brothers, 195
American Assembly, 21n, 350, 352
American people, see mass public
Amory, Cleveland, 139n
associational leaders, 117, 120, 124, 142. See also associational-non- associational leadership distinction
associational-nonassociational leadership distinction, 117-20, 128, 137n, 183, 233, 249, 251, 334, 387-88
Atlantic, 195
Attwood, William, 37n
avocational involvement, see involvement
Barth, Susan V., 59n, 354n
Bauer, Raymond A., 188n, 189, 224, 225, 229n
Bell, Wendell, 44n
Bernstein, Marver H., 353n, 354n
bipartisanship, 71-72, 80, 82, 258, 281-82, 286, 318, 322, 323, 333
Blaustein, Albert P., 43n
Bobrow, Davis, 121n, 190, 192n, 193n, 196n
books, see printed media
Boroff, David, 142n
Bressler, Marvin, 367n
Brookings Institution, 22-23
Brooks, Glenn, 14n
Brown, David S., 23n
Bruner, Jerome S., 42n
Burdick, Eugene, 209n
businessmen, 110-11, 115-16, 154, 189, 199, 215, 221, 222, 224, 227, 261, 388
Cantril, Hadley, 42n
Capes, Mary, 243n
Carnahan, A.S.J., 77, 84
Castle, Eugene W., 209n
Cater, Douglas, 351n
Center for International Economic Growth, 341
Chapin, Richard E., 42n
Childs, Marquis, 195
Citizens Committee for International Development, 23, 341
civil liberties, as an issue, 208, 238
Cleveland, Harlan, 19n
Cocke, Erle Jr., 77, 78
Cohen, Bernard C., 19n, 97n, 107n, 180n, 358n
columnists and commentators, 192, 195
Committee for Economic Development, 57
Committee for International Economic Growth (CIEG), 54, 78, 82, 83-87, 88, 319n, 320, 336, 339, 340, 360, 375
Committee for the Marshall Plan, 23
communications field, 111, 388; leaders of, 9, 221, 227, 261
communications system, access to, 133, 153, 308; channels of, 9, 118, 132, 133, 135, 204, 301, 302, 316
conferees, and CIEG, 85-87; and Congress, 254-56, 302; attitudes toward mass public, 229-37, 239; biographical sources on, 376; Conference events attended, 250-52, 293-98; familiarity with foreign affairs, 203, 272-73;

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