This chapter appraises the power of public
opinion as an instrument of foreign policy; it
points out our failure to use that instrument as it
can and must be used; and outlines the problem of
building a better opinion in its two aspects-first,
at home, and second, abroad.
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Book title: Public Opinion and Foreign Policy.
Contributors: Lester Markel - Author, Council on Foreign Relations. - OrganizationName.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1949.
Page number: 1.
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