Business as Usual

Wagner, Anne
October 2001
National Journal;10/31/2001, Vol. 33 Issue 41, p3206
Discusses results of two polls related to the aftermath of the September 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States (U.S.). Decline in the fear of traveling by airplane among U.S. citizens; Percentage of U.S. citizens who want the U.S. Congress to get back to work and to work on anti-terrorism issues.


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