Public Opinion, 1935-1946

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PARTICIPATING ORGANIZATIONS
American Institute of Public Opinion 16 Chambers Street, Princeton, New Jersey 110 East 42d Street, New York City 17, New York
Australian Public Opinion Polls 352 Collins Street, Melbourne, Australia
British Institute of Public Opinion Aldwych House, London, W.C. 2, England
Canadian Institute of Public Opinion 130 Carlton Street, Toronto, Canada
Československý Ústav pro Výzkum Veřejného Mínění Prague II, Národní tŕda 10/III. p., Czechoslovakia
Crossley, Inc., 330 West 42d Street, New York City, New York
Dansk Gallup Institut* Dr. Tvargade 29, Copenhagen K., Denmark
Elmo Roper 30 Rockefeller Plaza, New York City 20, New York
Fortune 350 Fifth Avenue, New York City 1, New York
Gouvernement Militaire Zone Française Occupation (Material released through Institut Français d'Opinion Publique)
Institut Français d'Opinion Publique 5 & 7, Rue du Faubourg Poissonnière, Paris 9, France
Institut Universitaire d'Information Sociale et Économique Parc Léopold, Brussels, Belgium
Instituto Brasileiro de Opinião Pública e Estatistica Rio de Janeiro, Rua México, 11, 18 andar, grupo 1802, Brazil
Istituto per le Ricerche Statistiche e l'Analisi dell' Opinione Pubblica 4 Via Andegari, Milan, Italy
Magyar Központi Hiradó Rt. Budapest VIII, Sándor-Utca 5-7, Hungary
National Opinion Research Center 4901 South Ellis Avenue, Chicago 15, Illinois 280 Madison Avenue, New York City 16, New York

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Introduction vii
  • Participating Organizations xi
  • Legend xiii
  • Table of Contents xv
  • Public Opinion, 1935-1946 1
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