Coping with Cuba: divergent policy preferences of state political leaders1

@article{Ekman1966CopingWC,
  title={Coping with Cuba: divergent policy preferences of state political leaders1},
  author={P. Ekman and E. Tufte and K. Archibald and R. Brody},
  journal={Journal of Conflict Resolution},
  year={1966},
  volume={10},
  pages={180 - 197}
}
torate. Initially, it is asserted, policy is responsive to elite attitudes and ultimately to those of the general electorate itself. If this is true, then attitudes toward policy problems must to some extent have a character independent of such stable political factors as partisanship, socioeconomic status, and the like. To the extent that policy predispositions are not independent of party preference and related political fac- 
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