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The Realist Tradition in American Public Opinion
Perspectives on Politics
Schuessler for their comments and suggestions during the drafting of this paper. The usual caveat applies. ABSTRACT For more than half a century, realist scholars of international relations have maintained that their worldview is inimical to the American public. For a variety of reasons -inchoate attitudes, national history, American exceptionalism -realists assert that the U.S. government pursues realist policies in spite and not because of public opinion. This paper takes a closer look at thedoi:10.1017/s1537592708080067 fatcat:nrzhnwpyhre33f3zq6r36qozoy