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Although once regarded as scientific and neutral policy research institutions committed to improving governmental decision-making, think-tanks in the United States have in recent decades, made a concentrated effort to become active participants in the political arena. This study examines the changing role of think-tanks in the United States and their growing involvement in the foreign policy-making process. It identifies a number of think-tanks which played an active role in advising Carter and Reagan administrations and explores the various governmental and non-governmental channels they relied on to exercise influence.
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Donald E. Abelson is Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Western Ontario, where he teaches courses on American domestic and foreign policy.
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