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31 March 2006

PPBW: Berinsky on Groups and War

Unlike those slackers at the Social Science Statistics blog, we political behavior types foolishly keep motoring on through spring break at Harvard. This week's PPBW paper by Adam Berinsky of MIT is titled "Group Attachments and Public Support for War." Berinsky suggests that group identifications are important determinants of attitudes toward American foreign policy, particularly during WWII but also in selected cases after the war.

Posted by Barry Burden at March 31, 2006 8:43 AM

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I'm looking for a better title for this paper, so if you read and have one, let me know.

Posted by: Adam Berinsky at March 31, 2006 4:55 PM