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The Roots of Isolationism: Congressional…

The Roots of Isolationism: Congressional Voting and Presidential…

by Leroy N. Rieselbach

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The Advanced Studies in Political Science series comprises works of research at the frontiers of social science. Each book in the series is an empirical study of a clearly delimited theoretical problem; most of these works include extensive original data supporting their theoretical inferences and conclusions. CONTENTS: The Nature of the Problem; The Content and Evolution of Congressional Isolationism; The Isolationist Congressman: Social Background Characteristics; The Isolationist Congressman: Political Characteristics; The Isolationist Congressman: Constituency Characteristics; Ideology and Foreign Policy Voting; Isolationism, The Legislative System, and Presidential Leadership.

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