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Although previous scholarship indicates that foreign policy has only a minimal impact on voter behavior, contemporary research suggests voters do act upon their foreign policy preferences. Recognizing voters' policy concerns, political leaders have frequently modified their foreign policy positions to mitigate electoral vulnerability. Ronald Reagan's policies offer an example of such a shift. Reagan maintained hawkish positions toward Central America and the Soviet Union for most of his firstdoi:10.15695/vurj.v2i0.2734 fatcat:4tjkca4bt5aptmnmmuhnhvsiue