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Most Support Bush in Fight on Terrorism

November 29, 2001|From Times Wire Reports

Most Americans broadly endorse steps taken by the Bush administration to investigate and prosecute suspected terrorists and express little concern that these measures violate the rights of U.S. citizens or others caught up in the ongoing probes, according to a survey by the Washington Post and ABC News.

Six in 10 agree with President Bush that suspected terrorists should be tried in special military tribunals and not in U.S. criminal courts.

Seven in 10 Americans believe the government is doing enough to protect the civil rights of suspected terrorists, according to the poll.

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