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How Much Do American Voters Care About Foreign Policy?

The path from the State Department to the White House is less well trod than it once was. While it was common in the early days of the American Republic for a secretary of state to become president — in all, six made the transition — that tradition ended midway through the 19th century. Back then, the young nation was little involved in international affairs, and its chief diplomat's job encompassed mostly domestic responsibilities — including oversight of the patent...

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