How Much Surveillance Will Americans Tolerate?

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Two years ago revelations about National Security surveillance of Americans created a national uproar. Now the authority to collect bulk telephone records is about to expire. Congress is divided between concern for national security and civil liberties. Are most Americans really concerned about their possible loss of privacy? 

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