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Poll Examines Personal Impact Of Sept. 11

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Ten years after the attacks, substantial majorities say Sept. 11 had a profound personal impact and that it changed the country. Yet the public continues to be divided over many of the anti-terrorism policies that arose in the wake of Sept. 11. Andrew Kohut, president of the Pew Research Center, talks about the group's latest survey.
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