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Most Americans still back the US's defense commitment to other members of NATO, though doubts creep in when asked about specific countries The Russian annexation of Crimea, which is still a part of Ukraine in the eyes of the international community, has raised fears in other former Soviet states that ...
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Most Americans oppose reintroducing the draft, while military and veteran families are more supportive of aggressively fighting terrorism around the world Since 1973, when Richard Nixon ended the draft, the United States military has been exclusively voluntary. Support for the draft hasn't totally died off, however, and since the US ...
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Americans tend to think that the CIA can be trusted to make the right decisions, but still don't think that Congressional oversight has been good enough The allegations of CIA spying on Congress made by Senator Dianne Feinstein, the chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee, may not necessarily ring true ...
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The vast majority of Americans think that overtime laws are good, but they disagree on whether or not workers should be paid for all the time they are at their workplace Last week President Obama unveiled an overhaul of regulations governing overtime laws. Employers are required to pay time-and-a-half to ...
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Americans support a path for illegal immigrants to gain citizenship, but do not think Congress will pass reforms. Americans now clearly agree that there should be some way for illegal immigrants now in the United States to gain legal status – and a majority in the latest Economist/YouGov Poll favor ...
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