Civil Liberties - NPR Poll NPR's John McChesney reports a new survey by NPR News, the Kaiser Family Foundation and Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government shows that the vast majority of Americans are willing to forgo some civil liberties to fight terrorism and that they trust the government to do the right thing, but they want some checks on executive power and they are wary of discrimination.
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Civil Liberties - NPR Poll

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NPR's John McChesney reports a new survey by NPR News, the Kaiser Family Foundation and Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government shows that the vast majority of Americans are willing to forgo some civil liberties to fight terrorism and that they trust the government to do the right thing, but they want some checks on executive power and they are wary of discrimination.