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ACLU Membership Increases Since Sept. 11 Attacks

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ACLU Membership Increases Since Sept. 11 Attacks

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ACLU Membership Increases Since Sept. 11 Attacks

ACLU Membership Increases Since Sept. 11 Attacks

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A year and a half after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, membership in the American Civil Liberties Union continues to grow. But the ACLU's refusal to negotiate on some issues has also alienated former allies, who say the group may be doing more harm than good. NPR's Larry Abramson reports.

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