9/11 Poll A new poll shows Americans are evenly split about the tradeoff between civil liberties and national security in the Bush administration's war on terrorism. However, more people seem to favor more protection of their civil liberties since last year. NPR's Mara Liasson reports on the results of the NPR/Kaiser Family Foundation/Harvard Kennedy School of Government Poll.
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A new poll shows Americans are evenly split about the tradeoff between civil liberties and national security in the Bush administration's war on terrorism. However, more people seem to favor more protection of their civil liberties since last year. NPR's Mara Liasson reports on the results of the NPR/Kaiser Family Foundation/Harvard Kennedy School of Government Poll.

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