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After September 11 / Change / A Discussion #760527

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jul 22, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeff Greenfield, television journalist Carol Marin & journalist Jeff Jarvis about how we are different since September 11. [From Boston, GREENFIELD - outlines the political change that has put national security back on the agenda; states this is the first "war" without changes, thus there is a disconnection for the nation without an "all-together" spirit.] [From Washington, MARIN - gives examples of little ways in which people have adjusted; comments on the sense of personalization in the Midwest.] [In studio, JARVIS - comments on the ongoing sense of fear.]

Brown, Aaron

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