September 2007
Foreign Policy;Sep/Oct2007, Issue 162, p60
The article focuses on Americans' collective consciousness about the war on terror and the poll that reveals that Americans do not believe we're winning the war on terror and feel the war in Iraq was a mistake, but still most feel safe. "Foreign Policy's" poll of top foreign-policy experts agrees the war on terror is ineffective, but disagrees that the U.S. is safe from further attacks. INSET: Want to Know More?.


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