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Bibliography Boulding, E. 1992. Peace Research and the US Institute of Peace. Peace Review 4(1):46- 50. CCFR (Chicago Council on Foreign Relations). 2005. GLOBAL VIEWS 2004: AMERICAN PUBLIC OPINION AND FOREIGN POLICY [Computer file]. ICPSR version. Menlo Park, CA: Knowledge Networks, Inc. [producer], 2004. Ann Arbor, MI: Inter- university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]. CCFR (Chicago Council on Foreign Relations). 2004. AMERICAN PUBLIC OPINION AND U.S. FOREIGN POLICY, 2002 [Computer file]. ICPSR version. Rochester, NY: Harris Interactive [producer], 2002. Ann Arbor, MI: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]. Cohn, P. 2003. Peace at What Price? Congress Daily (October 31):12-13 Crocker, C. 2004. The Growth of a Unique Federal Agency: Reflections on the Past and Thoughts about the Future of the United States Institute of Peace. Washington, DC: USIP. Available at www.usip.org/events/2004/0804_transcrocker.html. Montgomery, M.E. 2003. Working for Peace While Preparing for War: The Creation of the United States Institute of Peace. Journal of Peace Research 40(4):479-496. Weigel, G. 1984/85. The United States Institute of Peace: From Contention to Contribution. World Affairs 147(3):191-200. Wong, J. 1993. Institute of Peace, a Cold-War Creation, Charts New Course. The Chronicle of Higher Education 40(4):A30. 77