With Malice toward All? The Media and Public Confidence in Democratic Institutions

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Index
ABC News, 15
ABC World News Tonight, 54-55
Abramson, Paul, 7, 39-40
Affirmative action, 181
Age, effects of, 40, 181-82. See also Sociodemographics
AIDS, 33
Alienation, 3
All Things Considered,92
Allen, Fred, 162
American Institute for Public Opinion, 15
Americans Talk Issues Foundation, 10, 16
Amundson, Daniel, 114
Anger, 25. See also Public confidence
Ansolabehere, Stephen, 36
Antipolitics bias, 43, 72
Appel, Kevin, 71-72, 114
Arendt, Hannah, 27
Asher, Herb, 39
Atlanta journal-Constitution, 91
Awareness of institutions. See Institutional expertise
Back regions, 46-47, 144
Baird, Zoe, 161, 165
Balz, Dan, 40
Banks, 8, 23
Barber, Benjamin, 188
Barber, Bernard, 4, 7
Barker, David, 166
Barr, Mike, 39
Bayesian Information Criterion (BIC), 67
Becker, Lee, 48, 52, 93
Berger, Peter, 46
Bernstein, Carl, 122
Bertelsen, Dale, 51
Big business, corporations, 8, 23
Black, Benjamin, 3, 10, 14, 24, 27
Black, Gordon, 3, 10, 14, 24, 27
Blackman, Ann, 90
Blendon, Robert, 9
Blumler, Jay, 179
Bogart, Leo, 179
Bok, Derek, 33-35, 37
Borrell, Joseph, 73
Bosnia, 115
Brudnoy, David, 173
Buchwald, Art, 137
Budiansky, Stephen, 19
Burden of Proof, 17
Bureau of Firearms, Tobacco, and Alcohol, 143
Bush, George, 92-93

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