Thursday, September 26, 2013

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TIME MAGAZINE & PUBLIC OPINION

You may have seen this; it certainly relates to public opinion and thus effects policy - S.L.

September 16, 2013 | Vol. 182 No. 12

TIME US Edition

TIME Europe, Middle East Edition

TIME Asia Edition

TIME South Pacific Edition

Time Magazine understands its various target audiences and this is probably also a microcosm of US foreign policy reporting more broadly and perhaps the reason why the general public has no real desire to understand the foreign policy challenges we face. And of course the only foreign policy views the public gets are in their own echo chamber from the pundits of their respective political party views.

But I digress and apologize for getting off topic . . .

. . . ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL?

- STORMBRINGER SENDS

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