September 11, 2001

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Date: June 12, 2005
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Osterholm claimed that America was unable to handle the bioterrorism the world is capable of. Osterholm's claims of American incompetencies gave Bush more support, because Americans were looking to ultimately be as safe as possible. With anthrax threats occurring more and more each day the American people were forced to decide whether or not they wanted to sacrifice liberties for protection...
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According to a poll of registered voters done by Fox News, fifty-five percent of Americans believe the USA PATRIOT Act was a good thing. One month later on October 24, the government passed the USA PATRIOT Act which took away liberties in an effort to protect Americans...
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