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" Nothing is more dangerous in wartime than to live in the temperamental atmosphere of a Gallup poll, always feeling one's pulse and taking one's temperature. "
George Kennan and the Dilemmas of US Foreign Policy - Página 8
de David Mayers - 1990 - 416 páginas
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Polls and the Awareness of Public Opinion

Leo Bogart - 1985 - 264 páginas
...Churchill reiterated the same sentiments two centuries later when he said, "Nothing is more dangerous than to live in the temperamental atmosphere of a...feeling one's pulse and taking one's temperature. . . . There is only one duty, only one safe course, and that is to try to be right and not to fear...
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Respectfully Quoted: A Dictionary of Quotations

Suzy Platt - 1992 - 520 páginas
...according to The Washingtonian, March 1985, p. 11, and The Washington Post, August 27, 1987, p. C4. 1554 Nothing is more dangerous in wartime than to live...feeling one's pulse and taking one's temperature. I see that a speaker at the week-end said that this was a time when leaders should keep their ears to the...
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Essays on Strategy 12

John N. Petrie - 1996 - 415 páginas
...has focused more on "coping" than on "winning" and tends to echo a warning by Winston Churchill that: "nothing is more dangerous in wartime than to live...feeling one's pulse and taking one's temperature." 69 There is a growing chorus blaming bad US foreign policy on CNN images: when the images get to us...
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From Tea Leaves to Opinion Polls: A Theory of Democratic Leadership

John Gray Geer - 1996 - 225 páginas
...parents, James H. and Jean A. Geer and My children, Megan R. and James 0. Geer Nothing is more dangerous than to live in the temperamental atmosphere of a Gallup poll, always taking one's pulse and taking one's temperature. . . . There is only one duty, only one safe course,...
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Social Science Quotations: Who Said What, When, and Where

David L. Sills, Robert King Merton - 2000 - 437 páginas
...Responsibility (1977) 1979:56-57. Winston Churchill 1874-1965 British statesman and historical writer 1 Nothing is more dangerous in wartime than to live...feeling one's pulse and taking one's temperature. The War Situation, 30 September 1941. 1974:6495. 2 On the night of 10th May, 1941, with one of the...
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Independent Management and Financial Review: Yucca Mountain Project, Nevada

DIANE Publishing Company - 450 páginas
...has focused more on "coping" than on "winning" and tends to echo a warning by Winston Churchill that: "nothing is more dangerous in wartime than to live...Poll, always feeling one's pulse and taking one's temperature."c There is a growing chorus blaming bad US foreign policy on CNN images: when the images...
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Polling to Govern: Public Opinion and Presidential Leadership

Diane J. Heith - 2004 - 194 páginas
...factor into producing it. Winston Churchill encapsulated this view, claiming, "Nothing is more dangerous than to live in the temperamental atmosphere of a Gallup poll, always taking one's pulse and taking one's political temperature. . . . There is only one duty, only one safe...
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International Public Opinion and the Bosnia Crisis

Eric Shiraev - 2002 - 348 páginas
...Britain's most popular prime minister in recent history, said on the topic, "Nothing is more dangerous than to live in the temperamental atmosphere of a Gallup Poll, always taking one's temperature. . . . There is only one duty, only one safe course, and that is to try to...
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Polls and Politics: The Dilemmas of Democracy

Michael A. Genovese, Matthew J. Streb - 2004 - 192 páginas
...that sharply differed from the public's. The Use—and Misuse—of Polls Nothing is more dangerous than to live in the temperamental atmosphere of a Gallup poll, always taking one's pulse and taking one's temperature. . . . There is only one duty, only one safe course,...
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The Press

Geneva Overholser, Kathleen Hall Jamieson - 2005 - 473 páginas
...either example, it might be time for the country's leaders to listen to Winston Churchill's warning: "Nothing is more dangerous in wartime than to live...Poll, always feeling one's pulse and taking one's temperature."3* Television journalists reveled in the new technology and imputed power. Ted Koppel...
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