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The Resource The Attack on America and Civil Liberties Trade-Offs: A Three-Wave National Panel Survey, 2001-2004

The Attack on America and Civil Liberties Trade-Offs: A Three-Wave National Panel Survey, 2001-2004

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The Attack on America and Civil Liberties Trade-Offs: A Three-Wave National Panel Survey, 2001-2004
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The Attack on America and Civil Liberties Trade-Offs: A Three-Wave National Panel Survey, 2001-2004
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The Attack on America and Civil Liberties Trade Offs survey is a three-wave national panel survey study that was designed to examine the relationship between fear of terrorism, trust in the government, and the willingness to exchange civil liberties for greater personal security and safety in the aftermath of the 2001 September 11 attacks. Respondents were asked about their opinions on the causes of terrorism against the United States, trust in the government, feelings about different groups of people, and various situations involving civil liberties. Demographic information collected include respondent age, gender, race, educational background, religion, and political affiliation
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  • Davis, Darren W
  • Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor]
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Silver, Brian D.
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The Attack on America and Civil Liberties Trade-Offs: A Three-Wave National Panel Survey, 2001-2004
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  • 2001--2004
  • 36371
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ICPSR36371.v1
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The Attack on America and Civil Liberties Trade-Offs: A Three-Wave National Panel Survey, 2001-2004
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  • 2001--2004
  • 36371
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ICPSR36371.v1
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions

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