The Impact of Public Opinion on U.S. Foreign Policy since Vietnam: Constraining the Colossus

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Interviews, Statements, and Questions

Baker, James. Frontline. Original airing, 9 January 1996.

Ball, George. Interview by author. Princeton, N.J. 20 January 1994.

Bush, George. MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour. 10 July 1992.

Bush, George. MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour. 19 July 1996.

Bush, George. Question by author. Kennedy School, Harvard University, 28 May 1998.

Carlucci, Frank. Federal Information Services. 28 September 1988.

Carlucci, Frank. Interview by author. Washington, D.C. 18 June 1993.

Cheney, Richard. Federal Information Services. 10 February 1991.

Cheney, Richard. Defense Department Briefing. 26 March 1992.

Cheney, Richard. Defense Department Briefing. 1 October 1992.

Cheney, Richard. Face the Nation, with Bob Schieffer. 20 December 1992.

Cheney, Richard. Interview by Larry King. 27 January 1993.

Cheney, Richard. Interview by Adam Heyerson in Policy Review, summer, 1993.

Cheney, Richard. CBS This Morning, with Harry Smith. 29 January 1993.

Cheney, Richard. CNN interview, with Donna Kelley. 26 February 1993.

Cheney, Richard. Face the Nation, with Bob Schieffer. 22 October 1995.

Cheney, Richard. Frontline. Original airing, 9 January, 1996.

Cheney, Richard. Telephone interview by author. 22 March 1999.

Christopher, Warren. Face the Nation, with Bob Schieffer. 28 March 1993.

Christopher, Warren. Interview with Anne Garrels, NPR Morning Edition. 24 February 1994a.

Christopher, Warren. Media Photo Opportunity. Federal News Service. 24 February 1994b.

Christopher, Warren. State Department Press Briefing. Washington, D.C. 8 September 1995.

Christopher, Warren. Doorstep Interview. Washington, D.C. 19 July 1995.

Christopher, Warren. Statement to NATO Members. Brussels, Belgium. 5 December 1995.

Christopher, Warren. Question by Author. Kennedy School, Harvard University. 15 January 1997.

Clifford, Clark. Interview by author. Washington, D.C. 13 August 1990.

Clinton, William J. Interview. Federal News Service. 20 May 1994.

Eagleburger, Lawrence. MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour. 28 November 1992.

Eagleburger, Lawrence. Interview by CNN. 20 December 1992.

Eagleburger, Lawrence. Interview by J. Peter Scoblic. Reuters. 30 January 1996.

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