The Battle for Public Opinion: The President, the Press, and the Polls during Watergate

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INDEX
ABC: news, 28-32, 51, 99, 109, 110, 131, 185-86, 188-89, 190, 195-96; Issues and Answers, 74; poll, 113
Adams, Sherman, 228
Adler, Renata, 147, 332n 13, 332n 20, 332n 22, 332n 25
Adversary proceeding, 141, 174-75, 180, 305
Agenda building, 58-61
Agenda setting, 5, 7, 26, 33-34, 36-37, 43, 54-55, 60
Agnew, Spiro, 1, 42, 71, 84, 85, 97, 109, 112, 117
Albert, Carl, 105, 117, 199
Almond, Gabriel, 22, 32n 24
Alsop, Joseph, 75, 126
Altheide, David, 319n 9
American University Study, 110-12
Amnesty, 189-90, 222-5; see also Pardon
Amster, Harriet, 323n 29
Anderson, Jack, 42, 167
Anderson, John, 167
Apple, R. W., 124
Armstrong, Scott, 135
Arterton, F. Christopher, 340n 31, 341n 33
Audience motivations, 6-7
Audiences: Senate Watergate Hearings, 62-63, 85-86; House Judiciary Committee proceedings, 168-69; resignation speech, 192-93
Bagdikian, Ben, 28, 39, 321n 5, 321n 8, 323n 38
Bailey, Kenneth, 249-50, 340n 31, 341n 34
Baker, Howard, 78, 79, 97, 210
Baldwin, Alfred, 28, 47
Baldwin, Stanley, 291-95, 297
Barrett, Marvin, 322n 20, 324n 44, 329n 16
Becket, Lee, 169, 326n 10, 334n 60, 340n 31, 340n 19
Becket, Samuel, 338n 2
Benedict, Michael Les, 343n 19, 343n 20, 343n 22
Benson, Miles, 333n 37
Ben-Veniste, Richard, 12, 320n 5, 328n 15, 336n 9, 337n 16, 337n 23, 337n 32, 342n44
Bestein, Carl, 5, 28, 186, 261, 262, 264, 302, 335n 3, 336n 14
Besen, Stanley, 325n 1
Betts, Jack, 154
Bias, 8; structural, 30; see also Refraction; Twinning
Biekel, Alexander, 258
Bliss, Edward, 330n45
Blumer, Herbert, 320n 8
Blumler, Jay, 319n 7
Boehner, Arthur, 327n49
Boorstin, Daniel, 182, 335n 182
Bork, Robert, 101
Botha, Pieter, 274
Braden, Tom, 257
Braestrup, Peter, 342n 16
Breslin, Jimmy, 332n 10
Brinldey, David, 38
Broadcasting, 168, 193
Broder, David, 216, 259, 321n 5
Brody, Richard, 325n 11
Brooke, Edward, 82, 113, 189, 209, 216
Brooks, Jack, 160
Brown, Edmund, 199
Brown, Jane, 169, 326n 10, 334n 60, 340n 19
Brudney, Jeffrey, 335n 75, 339n 18
Bryan, James III, 343n 36-38
Buchanan, Patrick, 71
Budget and Impoundment Act, 260
Bundy, McGeorge, 277
Burger, Warren, 181
Burke, Edmund, 152
Burke, Kenneth, 331n 5
Bush, George, 199

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